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Designing Literacy Learning

Want to design innovative programs which support your students’ literacy learning in creative ways?

This half-day session will workshop how pedagogical theories can be used to teach literacy.

Collaborate with peer educators to put your learning into practice so you can leave the session with an inspiring literacy plan for your classroom.


What will you learn through this workshop?

  • Identify and link current literacy theories to classroom pedagogy
  • Collaborate with other teachers to find solutions for your classroom literacy issues
  • Design a literacy plan to use in your classroom!

You will receive a certificate which can be used as proof of your professional development.

Register for this session

Designing Literacy Learning
Presented by Von Sawers

Date: Saturday 4 March 2017

Time: 9am – 12pm

Location: Building 501, Curtin University, Kent Street, Bentley

Cost: $80.
Morning tea will be provided.

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About your presenter

Von Sawers is a senior clinical fellow in literacy at Curtin University and has worked in the university sector since 2005. She has a deep interest in how children become literate and how the demands of language and literacy are changing.

Her experiences include working as a literacy specialist for both the WA Education Department and the Association of Independent Schools and teaching young primary aged children in kindergarten, pre-primary and year one.

Her recent investigations have explored the importance of using many different pedagogies to plan and teach children.