This workshop aims to make the links between these models, understanding how they help, and their limitations. Time will also be given to exploring how a literature-based literacy program, with due time given to working systematically on both decoding skills and comprehension, can help students to make sense of the jigsaw pieces so that they can see the big picture.
Who should participate?
- Teachers of students in years R-4
- Teachers of EAL/D, ATSI and low socio-economic students
Cost of participation:
Morning tea and lunch will be provided.
Completing this workshop will contribute 5 hours of face to face Professional Learning addressing 1.2.2., 1.3.2., 1.5.2., 2.1.2., 2.2.2., 2.3.2., 3.1.2., 3.2.2., 3.4.2., 5.1.2., 6.1.2., 6.2.2., 7.4.2., from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.
PETAA is committed to providing a safe environment for Professional Learning and will follow state health guidelines when organising face to face events.
Should planned face to face events have to be cancelled due to changing COVID situations, PETAA will endeavour to offer the same course online either via live webinar at the same time or in a recorded format on our LearnBook platform which enables participants to complete the course in their own time. Should PETAA be unable to offer a course online, a full refund or PETAA credit towards another course will be provided.