Online courses

Online professional learning for individuals and whole schools

Enrol in self-paced, moderated courses for individuals running from 4–6 weeks. Or sign up for Special Delivery versions, with 20 weeks whole-school access.

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Supporting Struggling Readers presented and moderated by Kaye Lowe

This inspirational online course is also a practical examination of the reading process and demonstrates strategies that support readers to comprehend texts and develop a love of reading. It provides evidence-based strategies that eliminate the stress and anxiety too often experienced by struggling readers, and to motivate disinterested students to engage with reading and writing.

16 Jan–28 Feb 2020.

 

Whole school Access: Request more details or Phone 1300 307 382 (from within Australia)

Teaching Knowledge for the Art and Craft of Writing presented and moderated by Rod Campbell

Teaching students the knowledge and skills for writing English can be creative, engaging and effective. This self paced online workshop will give teachers strategies and resources that can be used immediately in the classroom. The course is divided into two main parts with modules in each.

4 Feb–10 March 2020.

Whole school Access: Request more details or Phone 1300 307 382 (from within Australia)

Teaching Grammar with Rich Literature presented and moderated by Jennifer Asha

Using rich literature to teach writing with quality texts as a springboard to explicit grammar instruction. With an emphasis on applying grammar knowledge to classroom activities and classroom talk, the course has a focus on teacher modelling of metalanguage, helping teachers to adjust their knowledge of grammatical terms and definitions to the classroom and to show students how authors use grammatical choices to meet the purposes of their texts.

24 Feb–6 April 2020

Whole school Access: Request more details or Phone 1300 307 382 (from within Australia)

  • Testimonial from EAL/D teacher Con Kokoris
  • Testimonial from Michelle Walker
  • Testimonial from Kristina Roberts Prisk