We are pleased to inform you of the significant project being conducted by the AFMLTA for the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment, which involves developing recommendations that will inform future policy design for languages education in Australia.
Part of this project involves data collection through a series of 3 teacher surveys to be implemented across 2020. Teacher Survey 1 is NOW OPEN.
Teachers of all languages in schools or community language centres are encouraged to participate in a survey about their experiences of the teaching of languages in their school site. Survey 1, relating to program provision and student participation, should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.
Your participation in this study is completely voluntary and all information provided will remain anonymous (the names of individual school sites and participating teachers are not collected).
The survey data will be used to inform the development of a national picture of the current situation of languages education across Australia, including the teaching of community languages and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages.
CLICK HERE to find out more and to access the survey.
For more details go to the project website, nlps.afmlta.asn.au