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Talking Literacy Webinars – Conversations with International Experts

All the conversations from Series 1 (2020) and Series 2 (2021) are now available. Register free to listen now.

SPELD NSW is a proud member of AUSPELD and we are pleased to announce this exciting and thought-provoking webinar series, featuring conversations with international experts as they share some of their acquired knowledge, key discoveries and thoughts for the future.

The series focuses on the acquisition of language, literacy and numeracy.

Series one includes interviews with Louisa Moats, Mark Seidenberg, Kate Nation, Carl Hendrick, Paul Kirschner, Daniel Ansari, Pie Corbett, Emily Hanford and Pamela Snow.

Series two includes interview with Kathy Rastle, Anne Castles & Kate Nation, William Van Cleave, Julie Washington, Natalie Wexler, David Kilpatrick, Dr Maria Murray and Prof. Stanislas Dehaene.

These interviews (conducted by AUSPELD President Mandy Nayton) are essential viewing for teachers, administrators, speech pathologists, psychologists and parents concerned about evidence-informed practice in the fields of literacy and learning.

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