We are very excited that SPELD NSW is reaching out to regional areas of NSW in 2023, starting with a 3 day visit to Wagga Wagga in February to deliver our highly engaging professional learning courses.
Online training for teachers coming up from Macquarie University Reading Clinic in 2023. How to teach Phonics in K-2, Reading Comprehension, and more coming soon – Highly recommended!
Check out the full list of in person and online workshops available from Multilit from November 2022 to April 2023, including new MiniLit Sage.
Many school communities are excited by the new path that the NSW K-2 English syllabus is taking and they are ready to jump in feet first into evidence-based reading instruction. Armed with the understanding that a systematic and explicit approach to reading instruction is the most effective in reaching all learners, many schools are now seeking to understand what that might mean in their context.
At SPELD NSW we have the great privilege of working with teachers at various stages in their careers. In a lot of our Professional Learning and school-consulting work we hear the exasperated catch-cry ‘Why didn’t anyone ever teach me that?!’.
Join the SPELD NSW Professional Learning team and provide evidence-based professional learning, workshops, consulting and resources to teachers, tutors and other professionals, schools and families. This role is ideal for a teacher who is passionate about the science of reading and learning.
SPELD NSW now released our Phonics and Morphology Scope and Sequence for Kindergarten, Year 1 and Year 2. These documents include the Phonic Knowledge, Fluency and Spelling Outcomes and Content from the new NSW Syllabus for English.
SPELD NSW is working to provide a safe environment for its clients, staff and visitors and we thank you in advance for your support and cooperation. Please review our current COVID-19 safety requirements before visiting the SPELD NSW office.
In recognition of Dyslexia Awareness month the SPELD NSW online bookstore is offering a sale for the month of October.
These fun downloadable bookmarks provide strategies for word reading, blending and word attack for educators and parents who are supporting both beginning and more advanced readers.
As part of the recent Review of the Australian Curriculum, Auspeld prepared two submissions outlining a number of issues of concern with the proposed draft curriculum.
To help families who are supporting students learning at home SPELD NSW share some of our favourite online family friendly resources for students learning to read.
Did you know that two children in the average classroom have a common condition known as Developmental Language Disorder (DLD)?
SPELD NSW is excited to be able to offer some new resources at our online store.
SPELD NSW have brought together some of our favourite resources for Kindergarten and Year One students. Find out more about supporting your child at home.
Decodable readers – a simple and effective tool for reading success. Decodable readers are books with simplified spelling patterns, which beginning readers can tackle independently with success.