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THREE BRAND NEW ONLINE WORSHOPS
Each of the three independent online courses in this series, for teachers of students for Foundation to Year 6, is designed to provide teachers with an understanding of how and why we can support students in the joint construction of texts.
Imaginative texts: 11–31 May 2020
Informative texts: 9–28 June 2020
Persuasive texts: 6–26 July 2020
Participants who register for all three courses will receive a complimentary copy of Joanne Rossbridge and Kathy Rushton’s book Put It In Writing: Context, text and language (2015).
Please note that PETAA has cancelled or postponed all face to face Professional Learning until mid-June 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing requirements. We will update this page and our Professional Learning schedule at regular intervals. You can also find resources for schools and parents with students in self isolation or quarantine on our Online Teaching Support page.
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This short online course presented by Jennifer Asha is designed to provide you with a glimpse of the Australian Curriculum: English related to multimodal texts, to hear some ideas for how to think and talk about multimodal texts, and take part in some suggested literacy teaching and learning activities using multimodal texts.
Teaching with Intent Course 1: Planning for Scientific Language with EALD students
Presented and moderated by Dr BRONWYN PARKIN and Dr HELEN HARPER
For primary years classroom teachers and primary science specialist teachers.
Teaching with Intent Course 1 focuses on planning and programming in science in a way that helps students to gain control of... DetailsWhen: April 27 – May 29, 2020
This course is specially designed for early career teachers working in the foundation year or early years of school, and teachers of students who are EAL/D learners.
DetailsWhen: June 1–30, 2020