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Think Forward Educators

This month we’re featuring the community of ‘Think Forward Educators,’ who recently launched a dedicated New South Wales branch. 

Think Forward Educators is a community of educators – teachers, school leaders, specialists, allied health professionals, parents and researchers. They promote social equity and advocate for every child’s education and progress at school with teachers who are supported to understand and apply the Science of Learning. They believe the Science of Reading and Science of Learning provides a road map for educators to ensure that all students can succeed. More is known about how children learn than ever before. Their mission is to get this information into the hands of all educators.

“We are really pleased to announce that Think Forward Educators has a dedicated New South Wales branch. Membership is free and gives you access to previous webinars and resources including working groups and mentorship opportunities as well as access to all future events,” said NSW Branch Member Sam Donnan.

You can join Think Forward Educators via the link below: http://www.thinkforwardeducators.org

Once registered with Think Forward Educators, we encourage you to join the NSW Think Forward Educators Facebook Page for all local updates.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/tfenswbranch

SPELD NSW looks forward to partnering with Think Forward Educators to share knowledge and expertise.

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