Thursday 19 May, 4-5pm
Explore Immigration Museum’s digital resources and content that can expand learning experiences for EAL learners. Museum resources include migration stories, cultural stories, and objects, timelines and personal stories investigating a myriad of Australian identities. This professional learning program is designed for EAL and classroom teachers. Resources can be adapted to suit a variety of subjects, including Humanities, English, Civics and Citizenship. Presented by Immigration Museum Educators in collaboration with VicTESOL.
Gurmeet Kaur is the Education Program Producer at Immigration Museum and is an experienced former classroom teacher of English and Humanities. She has also worked on international programs such as Teach for Bangladesh and researched intercultural education in schools across Japan, Australia, and UK. Gurmeet studied International Relations and History at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences before completing her qualifications in Education.
Please note that some of the content in this webinar is a repeat of the webinar held by Immigration Museum and VicTESOL in August 2021.
Free – Museum Victoria/VicTESOL members (including members of interstate TESOL associations affiliated with ACTA)
Free – Friend of VicTESOL
$20 – Non-members