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Dónall Mac Ruairí (Belfast, Northern Ireland) is a teacher of Irish in an Irish medium education environment.
Dr. Máire Mhic Ruairí (Belfast, Northern Ireland) is a lecturer in Irish at the University of Ulster in Belfast and member of the Higher Education Academy.
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Dónall Mac Ruairí is a native speaker of Irish from Rann na Feirste, County Donegal. He has a breadth of experience as a teacher of Irish in an Irish medium education environment. He is a regular contributor to Raidió na Gaeltachta and BBC Radio Ulster. He has also created various multimedia teaching resources for the rapidly developing Irish Medium Education sector. He regularly contributes to multimedia self-instructional courses most notably Colin and Cumberland and Bite Size Irish, two BBC productions.
Dr. Máire Mhic Ruairí is a lecturer in Irish at the University of Ulster in Belfast and member of the Higher Education Academy. Her responsibilities include the design of syllabi and materials for the teaching of Irish at university level and teaching Irish to undergraduates on the BA Hons Irish Language and Literature course and to beginners on the Diploma in the Irish Language course. She previously held the post of Literature and Publications Officer with Bord na Leabhar Gaeilge (Irish Government Irish Language Publications Body).
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