Online: Putting the literacy jigsaw together

Demographic diagram on a world map being drawn on a glass screen
Presented by Dr Bronwyn Parkin. Teachers are presented with many different models representing the reading process and, more generally, models of literacy learning. Some examples are the ‘Big Six’, the Simple model of reading, the Scarborough rope model, the three cueing systems, and Freebody and Luke’s 4 resources model. Each provides different pieces and shapes of the jigsaw that is the reading process.

This workshop aims to make the links between these models, understanding how they help, and their limitations. Time will also be given to exploring how a literature-based literacy program, with due time given to working systematically on both decoding skills and comprehension, can help students to make sense of the jigsaw pieces so that they can see the big picture.

This course is self-paced.

Please note: this course is available from 15/11/2021 to 13/12/2021. Extensions for Online: Putting the literacy jigsaw together cannot be granted unless under exceptional circumstances at PETAA’s discretion. 

Who should participate?

  • Teachers of students in years F-4
  • Teachers of EAL/D, ATSI and low socio-economic students 
 

Cost of participation:

Member $200
Student member $150
Non-member $300

Completing this workshop will contribute 5 hours of online Professional Learning addressing 1.2.2., 1.3.2., 1.5.2., 2.1.2., 2.2.2., 2.3.2., 3.1.2., 3.2.2., 3.4.2., 5.1.2., 6.1.2., 6.2.2., 7.4.2., from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.

Whilst we encourage individuals to join this course, it is also ideally suited to whole school Professional Learning as the modules can be studied at staff meetings at times to suit your school. To find out more about this option email [email protected] or call Robyn on 1300307382 ( within Australia) 

When
15/11/2021 9:00 AM - 13/12/2021 6:00 PM
Where
ONLINE

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