ATESOL NT 2019 Professional Learning workshop (Thursday, 24th January 2019)
ATESOL NT is offering a professional learning workshop ‘Introduction to EAL/D in the NT’. This is a one-day workshop (8.30 am to 12 m) The workshop will be held at the CDU Waterfront Campus in Darwin.
This workshop will give NT teachers and other educators an introduction to teaching students who speak English as an additional language or dialect. It will be useful to educators working with EAL/D students with Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, migrant and refugee backgrounds in remote, rural and urban NT contexts. The workshop will include EAL/D theory, practical strategies and time for professional discussion.
Registration details : Registrations to firstname.lastname@example.org (Name, school, role)
Free for members, 50$ for non-members (includes ATESOL NT membership for the year.)
Multiliteracy approach in superdiverse classrooms
The aims of this workshop are:
- to learn the science of meaningful learning
- to raise awareness on the power of literacy as a social justice tool
This unique methodology comprising learning and teaching approaches to EAL and Literacy is a powerful tool to accelerate and intensify processes of cross-cultural social integration, which might be useful to other practitioners assisting superdiverse communities.
Use your teaching practice to promote social change and to empower learners which results in a professional practice which meets the needs of a superdiverse cohort.
For more information, please email: email@example.com
Please share your ideas!!
Do you have an idea for a 2018 /2019 professional learning event you would like to share with us?
If so, please email ATESOL NT’s Executive Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also in 2019!
Festival of Teaching – 24 August 2019
The Festival of Teaching (FoT) is a biennial conference for NT teachers of all learning areas and will take place on the 24 of August 2019.
More information, coming soon…
In the members area of our website we will have reference materials such as journal articles, PowerPoint presentations and videos that will inform teachers about ‘best practice’ when teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.
Our 2017 Symposium: EAL/D in the NT: Research into Practice – What a wonderful and informative event it was!
Kathy Rushton and Joanne Rossbridge’s PowerPoint presentation that they presented at ATESOLNT’s 2016 ‘Put it in Writing’ workshop has been uploaded in the members area.
Also Remember this?
Kids, Creoles and Classrooms Symposium – April 7 and 8, 2014
To view the videos of the KEYNOTES and the speakers go to the Member’s section and click ‘Videos’.