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Ask the seller a question. Margaret Bennett comes from a long line of Scots and she has been surrounded by Scottish tradition all her life.
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Growing up in a traditional Gaelic family meant that singing, dancing and storytelling were part of her way of life and she has never lost her appetite for these arts. In the s she moved with her family to the Isle of Lewis near Stornoway, where she went to school at the Nicolson Institute.
They later moved to Shetland and she finished her secondary education at the Anderson Educational Institute in Lerwick. Margaret went into teaching after completing a three-year teacher-training course at the Glasgow College of Education. By this time her father had emigrated to Canada and Margaret went to join him in Saint John, New Brunswick, where she began her first teaching job in an elementary school.
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Soon afterwards, she began studying at the Memorial University of Newfoundland, where she completed a BA in education and a MA in folklore. She set up a unit for children with learning disabilities and developed a curriculum that included many aspects of folklore such as singing, dancing and music.
She later lectured in Scottish ethnology for eleven years at the University of Edinburgh, during which time she completed a PhD in this subject.