Enriching Literacy Practice in Foundation to Year 8
AudienceTeacherEducational support staffTeacher leader
DurationSeries of three webinars
FeesDET Fully Subsidised
Learn effective literacy teaching techniques for Foundation to Year 8 students
This webinar series explores pedagogical and literacy practices that underpin high-impact literacy teaching.
Showcasing the power of an instructional model, the 3 webinars examine the ways the Workshop Model is being implemented in different school contexts. This will include examples of practice in action provided by educators from a range of Foundation to Year 8 classes.
These webinars have been developed in response to teachers’ requests for further exploration of the Workshop Model how to:
- apply it effectively in a classroom
- develop authentic tasks
- use writers’ and readers’ notebooks to help students learn.
Designed for literacy leaders and teachers with responsibility or desire to expand their knowledge and experience of literacy instruction.
The series is delivered by education consultant Danny Hyndman in collaboration with the Department of Education and Training.
The series comprises three 90-minute webinars. While the webinars are interrelated, each is a stand-alone session. It is recommended that you attend all 3.
During each webinar you will:
- explore practice in action
- reflect on your experiences and context
- contribute to group discussion.
Wednesday 11 August, 4.00pm to 5.30pm
Implementing the Workshop Model in different school contexts, with examples of practice in action provided by educators from a range of Foundation to Year 8 classes.
Wednesday 18 August, 4.00pm to 5.30pm
Gathering formative assessment within the Workshop Model, with examples of practice in action provided by educators from a range of Foundation to Year 8 classes.
Wednesday 8 September, 4.00pm to 5.30pm
Maximising learning opportunities within the Workshop Model, with a panel of practitioners sharing their insights through a Q & A discussion.
You’ll gain knowledge and understanding of how:
- the Workshop Model has been implemented and embedded in a range of classrooms
- students have experienced the Workshop Model and the role of student agency.