Entries by Carly

VicTESOL Symposium Panel of Experts: Send in your questions about ‘Plurilingual perspectives and their implications for teaching’

With 1 week to go until the VicTESOL Symposium- VicTESOL is collating your questions about ‘Plurilingual perspectives and their implications for teaching’ for the panel of experts.  VicTESOL invites questions from members and others about the topic of plurilingualism and the teaching of EAL.  Please send through your questions to victesol [at] victesol.vic.edu.au.   Panel […]

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Digital Literacies – EAL Teachers’ Guide

  https://www.digitalliteracies.info/   This toolkit has been developed as part of the 2016 VicTESOL Research Grant project Improving refugee students’ access to digital literacies: integrating transmedia storytelling in an EAL (Year 7) classroom.  The project aimed to develop and disseminate a web-based toolkit for EAL practitioners consisting of a flexible framework and a set of […]

Regional EAL Practitioners: 1 week until the draw for the free VicTESOL Symposium tickets *ENTER NOW!*

To assist EAL practitioners in regional areas to attend the upcoming VicTESOL Symposium (19 August 2019), we are offering 5 free tickets– one ticket for each of the regional areas: Barwon South West Gippsland Grampians Hume Loddon Mallee To go into the draw for a free ticket in your regional area, please email: victesol [at] victesol.vic.edu.au by 18 […]

VicTESOL Symposium 2019 – Bookings now open!

Sharing multiple perspectives on TESOL Monday 19 August 2019 8:30am – 4pm Bastow Institute, 603-615 Queensberry St, North Melbourne, 3051 For more details about the event, please click here. To book tickets, please click here. – Keynote Speaker – Dr Marianne Turner – Monash University Exploring the ‘SOL’ in ‘TESOL’: Leveraging and developing students’ linguistic repertoire […]