The conference welcomes Japanese teachers from Kindergarten through to Year 12 from all sectors, including pre-service teachers. It is a valuable opportunity for teachers to unite, network and share best teaching practices and innovative ideas.
Keynote speaker Kylie Farmer, AFMLTA President (2014-2016) and an experienced teacher of Japanese, will be presenting the newly released Japanese version of the AFMLTA standards and how these align to the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers. She will provide useful insights to how Japanese teachers may use these and other resources to build their Professional Development Plans.
I invite all teachers of Japanese to complete a short survey to provide information about your professional learning needs. This survey also includes a section to register your interest if you would like to share your expertise in a presentation/workshop or TeachMeet session at the conference. Please complete the survey by 17 June via the link http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/japaneseteachers
Stay informed on Languages NSW http://www.languagesnsw.com/ for more details about registering for the conference.