What support do you need to teach EAL learners?

Last chance to have your say- click here to complete the survey now! Survey closes this week- Friday 18 October.

The Department of Education and Training is conducting a survey of the professional learning needs of teachers of English as an Additional Language (EAL) learners.

The survey will provide teachers of EAL learners with an opportunity to tell the Department about the kinds of informal and formal professional learning activities and resources that most support them to meet the needs of the EAL learners in their classrooms. Feedback from teachers will inform the development of resources and programs to meet their professional learning needs and build their capacity to improve the learning outcomes of EAL learners. These resources and programs will also support schools to prepare for the implementation of the new Victorian Curriculum F-10 EAL.

Have your say-

We are looking for the insights of teachers who:

  • teach a primary school class with EAL students
  • teach a secondary school English class with EAL students
  • have EAL specialist expertise and teach dedicated classes for EAL students
  • have EAL specialist expertise and support teachers teaching EAL students.

If you match at least one of these descriptions, please have your say.

The short, online survey will take no longer than 15 minutes. The information you provide in the survey will be de-identified by our evaluation partner, Synergistiq, before a high-level report is provided to the Department.

The survey will close at 5.00 pm on Friday 18 October.

Have your say on your EAL professional learning needs!

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