Penguin Teacher Academy Workshop #1 SOLD OUT!

For those of you who were disappointed on missing a place in our first Penguin Teacher Academy workshop with Susan Spelic, our apologies! Never fear, we do intend to run more workshops with Susan in 2013, so stay tuned.

There are still plenty of places available in our 3 remaining workshops for this year, being held at the new Penguin/Pearson offices at 707 Collins Street, Melbourne. Details can be seen below and you can RSVP by clicking on the images of the presenters.

 

RSVP to Alison Lester and Marc Martin
Sustainability in the classroom

 

 

 

 

 

Sustainability and Geography
Alison Lester and Marc Martin
Titles to support the teaching of Sustainability and Geography
in the primary classroom.

Alison Lester, beloved Australian children’s author has long
been writing and illustrating books for young children. Marc 
Martin is a debut author/illustrator whose beautiful picture
books lend themselves effortlessly to themes of sustainability
in our fragile environments and those who inhabit them.
These two author/illustrators will workshop with participants
on the very best ways to utilise these books within your
libraries and classrooms.

 

ICT for Primary Literacy
Corrie Barclay
Tips, tricks and resources for the implementation of ICT in
literacy.

Corrie will guide teachers’ step by step through the
tools available and ways in which they can easily implement
ICT into a primary classroom setting.

Dr. Susan La Marca
Unique approaches to the Classroom Novel Study.
Dr. Susan La Marca will share with participants unique
approaches and resources for class novel study in
secondary classrooms.

All cost’s for all workshops, include: Resources, 4 books (that are suitable for primary or secondary students and the Australian Curriculum), morning tea and lunch.

We cannot wait to share with all of you the outstanding presenters and workshops we have coming up for Penguin Teacher Academy 2013!

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