Cross-Curriculum Courses

The Australian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (ACARA) acknowledges that 21st century learning does not fit neatly into a curriculum organised solely by learning areas or separately identified subjects. PETAA regularly holds a variety of grammar professional learning courses, covering several different angles and approaches.

These PETAA courses are anchored in the study of English, which is central to the learning and development of all young Australians, and helps create confident communicators, imaginative thinkers and informed citizens. They also embrace cross curriculum approaches to ensure that teachers can provide students with increasing control over different types of language to analyse, understand and communicate, and build relationships with others and with the world around them. 

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Live seminar: What we put in front of children matters!
Presented by Dr Helen Adam. What we put in front of children matters! Selecting literature for the general capabilities and cross curriculum priorities. This workshop will explore criteria for evaluating, selecting and embedding high quality inclusive children's literature into the primary and early childhood curriculum. Participants will evaluate a wide selection of children's literature using two evidence based checklists developed by the  author of Transforming Practice :... Details
When: June 23, 2022
Where: LIVE SEMINAR
In person: What we put in front of children matters!
Presented by Dr Helen Adam. What we put in front of children matters! Selecting literature for the general capabilities and cross curriculum priorities. This workshop will explore criteria for evaluating, selecting and embedding high quality inclusive children's literature into the primary and early childhood curriculum. Participants will evaluate a wide selection of children's literature using two evidence based checklists developed by the author of Transforming Practice: ... Details
When: October 26, 2022
Where: Perth, WA