F2F TWILIGHT: Literature as a tool for authentic learning

Literature as a tool for authentic learning across the curriculum.

Presented by: Karen Rogers
Monday 6 February 2023 (4-6pm AEDT)

About the workshop:

This twilight session will identify practical ways to select and use quality literature that explores all areas of the curriculum.

Primary school classroom teachers are expected to teach a broad range of content and skills as mandated by the Victorian Curriculum. Within this crowded curriculum, literature can serve as a valuable resource for teaching not only English, but other content areas, cross-curriculum priorities and capabilities. You will explore: 

  • The structure and learning areas of the Victorian Curriculum
  • The power of literature for engaging in learning across the curriculum
  • Sourcing quality literature for use in the classroom
  • Designing authentic learning experiences using quality texts
Why participate?

Gain a thorough overview of the role of literature in teaching the Victorian curriculum, and learn practical strategies that you can apply to your classroom practice. 

Who should participate?

  • All Victorian teachers
  • All Victorian school leaders
  • Educational consultants

Early Bird (Until 23 January 2023)

Regular Pricing
Member $75 $80
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This workshop is delivered Face-to-Face in Glen Iris, VIC. Not local? Request this course in your area.

6/02/2023 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
AUS Eastern Summer Time
Korowa Anglican Girls’ School 10/16 Ranfurlie Cres, Glen Iris Victoria MELBOURNE 3146
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