The latest Kto10 Circular provides some important information in relation to Languages teaching, assessing and reporting.
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.
Applications for the 2018 Australia-Asia BRIDGE School Partnership Program close 30 October.
Forum for Year 10 students considering language options for Year 11 in 2018. If you missed the event on 9 May at UWA, catch the recording of the panel presentation here.
Two Teacher Development School events are being offered to Languages teachers:
Achievement Standards for Languages P-Year 6 are now available on the K-10 Outline.
A Storify collection of Tweets and other news sources from Day Three of the #AFMLTA2015 conference.
A Storify collection of Tweets and other news sources from Day Two of the #AFMLTA2015 conference.
Follow #AFMLTA2015 along online. Penny has created a Storify collection of today's tweets from the conference.
The MLTAWA is offering a $1000 grant to one member to attend the upcoming 20th National AFMLTA Languages Conference in Melbourne, 9-12 July, 2015.