Both coding and languages have been affirmed in Australian education, each with their own curricula. There should be no debate about one or the other.
Co-authors Shannon Mason and Cristina Poyatos Matas have revealed six key findings from research conducted in 2012 concerning the retention and attrition of Languages teachers in ...
"This report is part of the Australian Government’s efforts to revive the teaching of languages to ensure that at least 40 per cent of Year 12 students study a language in additio...
Seeking early issues of the MLTAWA newsletter to archive on the website and make available to members.
SCSA has released a report on the "State of Play" of Languages education in Western Australia. This is important reading for all members and school leaders.
A new issue of Babel has recently been sent to members. If you are a current member of MLTAWA and have not received your copy, please contact [email protected]
A round-up of Languages (and edu!) in the news and online.
A round-up of news, blog posts, and op-ed pieces from around the interwebs.
A Consultation Draft has just been released detailing the Department of Education, Training, and Employment's goals and strategies for achieving Global Schools. As a MLTAWA member...
Lack of co-ordination between primary schools means secondary pupils can start with totally different linguistic skills. Article from The Guardian, UK.