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Stay in the loop with PETAA webinars for members. Our new series will explore tips and topics relevant to your day-to-day work: the practical ins and outs of teaching English, language and literacies in the classroom. We have an exciting range of presenters and discussion areas lined up to deliver to you wherever you are.

Each webinar will run 45 minutes, and the live cast will take place over lunchtime, where you can participate in a Q&A with the guest host. If you can’t make the live session, recordings will be accessible for members from this page.

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Please note: PETAA webinars are not accredited professional learning.

Literature and latte, with Jennifer Asha

Wednesday 26 February | 12:30pm–1:15pm AEDT

Grab a coffee and dive into quality texts. In this webinar, Jennifer will lead you through a tour of quality children’s literature. Discuss texts (including multimodal texts) that are perfect for the F–6 classroom, with hot tips on programming these rich works into your classroom within the Australian Curriculum: English. This session will help you spend less time searching for quality resources and more time getting into the heart of teaching, using quality children’s literature.

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The Strathclyde Three Domain Model: rethinking the pedagogic process, with Professor Sue Ellis

Previously live cast Tuesday 18 February | 12:30pm–1:15pm AEDT

INTERNATIONAL GUEST! Your opportunity to hear from UK Professor Sue Ellis from Strathclyde University Scotland, co-author of the influential Joseph Rowntree Foundation report on Closing The Attainment Gap In Scottish Education. Before joining Strathclyde University, Professor Ellis worked in Primary Schools in West Sussex and in the east end of London. She is Co-Director of the Centre for Education and Social Policy. Don't miss this opportunity to broaden your perspective and spend time with an expert. The recording for this event includes a download PDF of the presentation slides for PETAA members.

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Members only page to Watch the recording