Little Learners 2 Day Online Workshops and Regular Free Webinars - SPELD NSW

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Little Learners 2 Day Online Workshops and Regular Free Webinars

We wanted to let you know that Little Learners Love Literacy has some more dates for their popular 2 day Online Workshop.


Teaching Little Learners Love Literacy – Two-Day Online Workshop

This two-day ONLINE workshop will prepare you to implement LLLL in the classroom – explicit teaching of reading and spelling. Both days run from 9.30am to 3.30pm, with scheduled breaks at 11am and 1pm. Please note that these times are all AEST.

5th and 7th October 2021

9th and 11th November 2021

7th and 9th December 2021

27th and 28th January 2021


Little Learners Love Literacy Free Webinars

A range of free webinars run regularly for teachers, school leaders, private practitioners and parents to get the most out of Little Learners Love Literacy.

Topics Include:

  • An Introduction to Little Learners Love Literacy
  • Little Learners decodable books and how to use them
  • Teaching spelling with Little Learners Love Literacy
  • Intervention using Little Learners Love Literacy
  • Teaching and assessing phonological awareness with Little Learners Love Literacy
  • Little Learners Assessment of Spelling Skills (LLASS)
  • Little Learners Assessment of Reading Skills (LLARS)


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