Online: Supporting EAL/D students in our classrooms 1
THIS EVENT IS FULL. Presented by Dr Jennifer Hammond and Maya Cranitch. Supporting EAL/D students in our classrooms is a three part course designed to address the contributions and educational needs of diverse EAL/D students in Australian schools, including those who have recently arrived and who may be from refugee backgrounds. Drawing upon principles and practices of EAL/D pedagogy to support mainstream and EAL/D teachers in planning and implementing programs that meet the needs of EAL/D students in mainstream classes, teachers will learn how to identify specific teaching and learning practices that can best support the educational development of their EAL/D students.
This course is self-paced and equivalent to approximately 4 hours of PD. There are short assessments to complete within the course.
Participation in these courses can be ‘one off’ or undertaken as a series of three separate sessions. We recommend all three be done in sequence.
This first module addresses program planning processes that are principled and collaborative; and that identify clear purposes for learning. It is organised in two sections:
- Section 1 — Program Planning
- Section 2 — Purposes for Learning
Who should participate?
- Teachers of students in years F–6
- Teachers of EAL/D students, including new arrivals
Cost of participation:
Completing Supporting EAL/D students in our classrooms Part 1: Program planning to support EAL/D students will contribute 4 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Accredited PD in the priority area of Delivery and assessment of NSW Curriculum/Early Years Learning Framework addressing standard descriptors 1.3.2, 1.5.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
See also Course 2 and Course 3 in this series.
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