Events and professional learning2021-11-18T11:27:50+11:00
Events and workshops
Coming Events and workshops
Macquarie University/NSWFCLS short course - teaching and learning online Ends April 2022 (join anytime)*
The NSW Federation of Community Language Schools has again teamed up with Macquarie University to offer its third short university certificate course for community school teachers. The course is FREE, completely online, and self-paced. The course runs until late March 2022 and registrations are still open (*the course is free and for Federation member teachers only). Contact the Federation at email@example.com for details.
Workshop 24 November 2021 7PM to 8PM
Local Experts Masterclass series “Connecting and working with classes in the Target Language” with guest presenter Kati Varela
“In my presentation, I will explain various methods I have used to connect my French and Spanish classes (some in primary some in secondary) to people in other French and Spanish speaking countries and what I have learned from this experience (ie. the advantages/ disadvantages of each tool tried). I will provide examples of the exchanges made and how they have benefited my students’ language development and enthusiasm. I would also explain how this tied up with Joseph Lo Bianco’s research on Competence, Opportunity, and Desire in Language learning.”
Stay tuned!… check this page frequently for new events.
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