Caroline has been teaching Gaelic for 14 years and studying it for 24 years. She has a B.A. hon. in Celtic Studies from St. Francis Xavier university and a teaching degree in Gaelic Medium Education from the University of Strathclyde. She also completed a course in Gaelic language and traditional music. Originally from Colorado she spent several years living in Nova Scotia and Scotland. She now lives in Virginia.
Caroline supports Gaelic learners on several platforms. She is the founder, curriculum developer and a teacher at G1aighlig Gach latha (Daily Gaelic). She offers live group lessons via Skype as well as private lessons (also on Skype). She also offers self paced video courses on Thinkific and is excited to keep expanding these offerings. She also runs the Daily Gaelic Patreon site, where she supports learners with daily posts that tackle grammar subjects, vocabulary building, practicing things like telling time and saying dates as well as encouraging students to have fun with their learning. "My goal for students is that they enjoy learning Gaelic and develop confidence in communicating in Gaelic and be able to use it in their daily lives."
Gaelic is the Celtic language spoken in Scotland and Cape Breton. Once the main language of Scotland it is now a minority language in its own homeland. It is a Goidelic language, in the Celtic branch of the Indo-European language family, native to the Gaels of Scotland. As a Goidelic language, Scottish Gaelic, as well as both Irish and Manx, developed out of Old Irish.