With 60 hours of NESA accredited professional learning, The SPELD NSW Teachers’ Certificate Course is suitable for Learning Support teachers, Primary School Classroom teachers, High School literacy and support teachers, new graduates and specialist tutors.
New Professional Learning modules focusing on developing teacher discipline knowledge in literacy and numeracy. Bridging the gap between contemporary research and pedagogy and supporting teachers in adopting evidence-based instruction to benefit ALL students. First online event coming 22nd October.
Macquarie University’s final two zoom workshops for Term 4 will be in November 2020. Anxiety in poor readers: Evidence, assessment, and intervention on 9th November and Working memory and reading difficulties on 25th November.
Exciting and thought-provoking new webinar series from AUSPELD, featuring conversations with international experts as they share some of their acquired knowledge, key discoveries and thoughts for the future. Conversations now available with Carl Hendrick, Louisa Moats and Daniel Ansari.
Two webinars from Oxford University Press exploring decodable phonics-based reading. 28 October for NSW educators in preparation for the Phonics Screening Check and 11 November for all Australian educators to learn more about Oxford’s decodable phonics-based reading texts.
We are very interested in hearing about the experiences of parents, caregivers and teachers of children with learning difficulties, as well as students who have learning difficulties, to help us respond to the Disability Standard for Education Review.
Learning Links have a range of upcoming webinars and NESA Accredited online workshops in Terms 3 and 4, to empower teachers in primary and high schools to improve the outcomes of students with learning difficulties.
Dyslexia SPELD Foundation of WA will be offering an ONLINE LETRS course starting 27 October 2020. LETRS addresses the structures of English language, the cognitive processes of learning to read, and the teaching practices proven to be most effective in preventing and remediating reading difficulties, including dyslexia.
Lois was an Honorary Member of SPELD NSW and we join with the whole SPELD NSW community in remembering her remarkable achievements and sending our condolences to her family.
TRL’s 4th Annual Conference will be held online, starting 27 October 2020. This years topic is The Science of Reading: Now More Than Ever. See 2 Keynote and 18 breakout presentations, all will be be recorded to watch later. $99 USD.
Five from Five, AUSPELD and Learning Difficulties Australia have released the Primary Reading Pledge. This important initiative aims “to reduce to near zero the number of children who finish primary school unable to read”.
International Dyslexia Association Virtual Conference. 13-14 November 2020. See leading experts in the areas of dyslexia, structured literacy, and research who are transforming the science of reading in every classroom.
COVID-19 has had a significant impact on our community. To protect the health and wellbeing of our members, supporters and staff SPELD NSW has implemented restrictions around the services that we provide.
2020 Annual International Dyslexia Association Virtual Conference Experience. 13 – 14 November 2020. LIVE Streaming General Sessions and Symposiums, Interactive Breakout Sessions and the IDA Exhibit Hall.
Little Learners Love Literacy is an explicit and sequential literacy program that teaches ALL children to read, write and spell with confidence. LLLL has a range of introductory and in depth webinars for teachers.
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.