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February 2019

Teaching young children in English in multilingual contexts (TYCEMC) *SOLD OUT*

February 20 - May 15
The Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership, 603-615 Queensberry St
North Melbourne, Victoria 3051 Australia
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$200

Teaching EAL Students in Mainstream Classrooms (Foundation – Yr. 4) Developed by: Lexis Education-  https://lexised.com Facilitator: Margaret Nutbean * This event has now sold out.  Please contact victesol victesol.vic.edu.au to go on our waiting list or to register your interest in possibly attending this course in the future. Many mainstream teachers are now primarily responsible for their EAL students’ English language development and academic instruction. Teachers need feel confident and empowered to meet all their students’ needs in their classroom knowing that…

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New to EAL: An Introduction to EAL Teaching and Learning *SOLD OUT*

February 25 from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Broadmeadows Campus of Collingwood English Language School, 80 Johnstone St
Broadmeadows, Victoria 3047 Australia
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$10 – $20 -4 tickets left

*Please note that the date of this event has recently changed. The session will now run on Monday 25 February, 5:00 - 6:30 pm.* David Kezilas, VicTESOL and Dandenong High School Designed for teachers who are new to teaching EAL students, this session will introduce you to the core principles of EAL teaching practice. Whether you are an experienced teacher with EAL students in your class for the first time, or a pre-service/graduate teacher at the beginning of your teaching…

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March 2019

Leading EALD Professional Learning Within Schools – Free Webinar

March 14 from 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Online Webinar Australia
Free

Mei French, Ashima Suri and Rita Alexander Thursday 14 March 2019, 4:30 – 5:30 pm (Victorian Time) In multicultural and multilingual school contexts, it is beneficial for all teachers to develop strong intercultural relationship skills and understand the role of multilingualism in the classroom in order to support English learning across the curriculum. As colleagues in a South Australian secondary school, Mei, Ashima, and Rita, designed and delivered a whole-school professional learning program which addressed this need. They advocated for…

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