Tell me your story coverTell me your story: Confirming Identity and engaging writers in the middle years

By Janet Dutton, Jacqueline D’warte, Joanne Rossbridge and Kathy Rushton

‘Valuing the linguistic and cultural heritage of students is an important way to develop inclusivity and connectedness and to promote wellbeing and engagement with learning. By fostering an inclusive creative pedagogy, teachers can meet the needs of students from a range of linguistic, cultural and social backgrounds.’

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Teaching with Intent coverTeaching with Intent: Scaffolding Academic Language with Marginalised Students

By Bronwyn Parkin and Helen Harper

To be published in print and ePub and in member packs in July 2018. This important publication, from the second PETAA Research Grant, presents a powerful approach to scaffolding academic language. The authors use the discipline of science to demonstrate how language is a central pedagogic tool for intentional teaching and learning. Teachers are guided through the complete process in a clear and accessible style.

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Talking the Talk: Snapshots from Australian SchoolsTalking the Talk: Snapshots from Australian Schools

Edited by Pauline Jones, Alyson Simpson and Anne Thwaite

Published in print and ePub and in member packs in April 2018. This publication addresses the role of interaction in learning to be literate. Through talk, teachers develop students’ conscious knowledge about texts, meanings and literate practice. A strength of this book is the classroom scenarios as presented by the teachers, overlaid by dialogue between teachers and mentors about changing teaching practice and pedagogy — through talk about talk.

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Since 1972 PETAA has provided the teaching community with high quality and academically rigorous professional learning publications and resources that have supported educators’ expertise, professional knowledge and leadership in the teaching of English and literacies across the curriculum.

Working with leading educators and drawing upon recent and relevant research, PETAA delivers a range of printed, digital and online publications and resources, which have an underlying research/theoretical framework, are grounded in quality pedagogy and feature best classroom teaching and learning practice.

‘My love affair with PETAA books began when I was a secondary school teacher and that was over 20 years ago. Since then, I've been a primary teacher and a teacher educator. Regardless of my role, PETAA books have been exceptionally useful.’ Robyn Henderson (Associate Professor), School of Teacher Education and Early Childhood, University of Southern Queensland. ​

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PETAA members receive four PETAA books annually and four PETAA Papers. New publications and units of work in the annual teacher's guide to the CBCA shortlist are just some of the entitlements of membership , including a 35% discount on publications and professional learning.

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