Supporting students’ literacy development in science: webinar 7 – The University of Sydney School of Education and Social Work Supporting students’ literacy development in science: webinar 7 – The University of Sydney School of Education and Social Work

Supporting students’ literacy development in science: webinar 7

Supporting students’ literacy development in science

Online professional development in teaching secondary science to EAL/D students

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Webinar 7 – Working in science for EAL/D teachers
Science teachers EAL/D teachers Literacy educators
Are your students having difficulty in transferring their knowledge to exams and written work? Do you want to support your EAL/D students in secondary science? Do you want to support student literacy and language in secondary science?
Do they have problems with the Student Research Project? Do you want great language and literacy strategies for teaching through science? Do you want to learn more about 7–10 science and talk like a science teacher?
Do you want them to be more engaged and take more responsibility in their science learning? Do you want team-teaching skills and ideas in working collaboratively with science teachers? Do you want literacy teaching ideas that work in secondary science?

Sydney Institute of Community Languages Education (SICLE) and Sydney School of Education and Social Work have joined forces to create a unique online learning opportunity for teachers to participate in NESA accredited professional development.

Completing any of the six 90-minute workshops in the Supporting Student’s Literacy Development in Science online program will contribute 90 minutes of NESA-registered PD, addressing the descriptors listed below from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers, towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW:

Webinar 7Working in science for EAL/D teachers – October 28 – 2.1.2

to attend and we will send you a Zoom link.

Presenters will be practising teachers, as well as researchers and teacher educators from Sydney University, who were involved in a Department of Education-funded projects in 2019 that partnered with eight secondary-school teams of science, EAL/D and literacy teachers working with Year 8 classes to develop student engagement and improved outcomes in secondary science.

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Date

Oct 28 2020

Time

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Cost

FREE

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SICLE Seminars, Room 328 Education Building A35, The University of Sydney NSW 2006

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SICLE Seminars, Room 328 Education Building A35, The University of Sydney NSW 2006
Phone
+61 2 8627 9073
Email
sicle.seminars@sydney.edu.au
Website
https://sydney.edu.au/arts/our-research/centres-institutes-and-groups/sydney-institute-community-languages-education.html
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