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Thursday 17th November 3:30-5 Online Professional Learning Event – EAL/D Assessment

November 10, 2022

Thursday (17/11) from 3:30 to 5 pm (NT time) ATESOL NT will be holding our next online PL. This PL will help teachers prepare for Semester 2 EAL/D data collection by providing…

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AMEP Roadshow Thursday 27th October – Free Online PL Event

October 23, 2022

Thursday October 27th 4-5 ATESOL NT is delighted to host LWA in showcasing a suite of newly developed resources, funded by the Department of Home Affairs and aligned to the…

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EAL/D Scaffolding in the Classroom 26th October – Online Professional Learning Event

October 22, 2022

Wednesday October 26th 3:30-4:30 ATESOL NT is presenting a Professional Learning event on “EAL/D Scaffolding in the Classroom”. Please click HERE to register. This session will include: Advice and examples of…

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AMEP Virtual Roadshow – showcasing 3 new resources

October 11, 2022

Thursday October 27th 4pm-5pm (Virtual Event) ATESOL NT is pleased to host LWA in showcasing a suite of newly developed resources, funded by the Department of Home Affairs and aligned…

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ATESOL NT’s Supplementary Submission to the Parliamentary Inquiry into Adult Literacy and its Importance

July 11, 2022

Click here to download ATESOL NT’s submission: https://www.aph.gov.au/DocumentStore.ashx?id=d2a63c63-981b-42f0-bdaa-83582bbff1b4&subId=711488

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2022 Literature Symposium

May 23, 2022

In 2022, The Foundation for Learning and Literacy will convene a symposium featuring organisations whose primary work is with children and young people, literacy and drama. The 2022 Literature Symposium…

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Letter to the Hon Ken Wyatt AM, MP by ATESOL NT and ACTA

September 28, 2021

ACTA letter to Minister Wyatt 22 Sept

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ABC Radio – School budget cuts impacting EAL/D learners in the NT

September 23, 2021
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ABC Radio – Need for EAL/D pedagogy in the NT

September 23, 2021
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ATESOL NT Media Release – Adult literacy inquiry

September 14, 2021

ATESOL NT has released the following media statement, addressing misguided policies that are directly causing remote Indigenous students’ poor school attendance, poor literacy and rising incarceration rates. Read the full…

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