Registrations are now open for the MLTA of NSW Annual Conference on Friday 20 March. Click below to register or visit the MLTA website for more information.
The Towards an Asia Literate NSW Conference on 11 August has been opened up to include all teachers.
It’s an amazing opportunity to hear ABC journalist Jane Hutcheon and James Hudson, CEO of the NSW Australia China Business Council, speak on the implications of working with Asia for our schools. School leaders will also be presenting their school’s journey towards Asia literacy.
Register now and spread the word in your school!
Save the date 12 September 2014
for Professional Learning Conference for NSW Teachers of Korean 2014.
More information will be available soon.
The Department of Education and Communities of NSW would like to invite all Korean language teachers and academics to share with their colleagues, ideas for educational theory and practice in regards to the Professional Learning Conference for NSW Teachers of Korean 2014 which will be held on Friday 12 September 2014.
You are all most welcome to apply for an expression of interest using the form attached and send it to me (email@example.com). We would also like to hear your ideas for what you would be most interested in as an audience in relation to Korean language and culture.
If you have a vague idea about a topic but you are not ready to give a detailed overview yet, please do not hesitate to contact me personally so we can go through it together and conclude to something more concrete.
Your experience is extremely valuable and the Department of Education is giving you the opportunity to share it with everyone interested in enriching the understanding as well as the impart of language, culture and Koreaness itself.
Looking forward to your prompt response
This will be held on Wednesday 25 June 2014 at the Novotel Brighton Beach. The conference is aimed at school leaders and school executive staff.
Details and registration at https://www.regodirect.com.au/towardsasialiteratensw/
Early Bird discount for the AEF National Conference 2014 has been extended until March 28. We understand some of you may need authorisation and invoices to make payments. Register now and pay by credit card, or we’ll be happy to send you an invoice for payment by March 28. Don’t miss out on great Early Bird rates and
the chance to be in the draw for the Cathay Pacific flights.
The Conference will be held from June 16-17 in Sydney, with the option to attend a third day of professional learning master classes.
Showcase your work. We would love to hear more about what you have been doing to develop students’ Asia capabilities. Get in quick and submit your presentation proposal here. Applications for presentations close on Monday, April 7.
The AEF National Conference 2014 will be held at SMC Conference Centre, Sydney, from 16-17 June with an option of Day 3 professional learning master classes. Registrations are now open.
The Conference provides the opportunity for schools, principals, teachers, teacher educators, education jurisdictions and professional bodies to share their practice in progressing Asia literacy. There are two ways you can do this:
- 15 minute Spotlight on Schools presentation
- 7 or 2 minute TeachMeet presentation
Please see Call for presentations for further details about presentations, themes and how to submit a short proposal. Applications close on Monday 7 April.
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