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.
The 2016 Biennial MLTAWA State Conference will be held on Friday 19 and Saturday 20 August at The Tradewinds Hotel in Fremantle. The Call for Presentations is now open.
"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...
Adriana Douglas provided a written update for participants of the AFMLTA's Ready? Set? Plan! workshop held on Saturday March 12 at Willetton SHS.
ACARA has released further language curricular as part of the Australian Curriculum: Languages.
Principals have received a letter of clarification regarding the provision of P-10 Languages education in WA by SCSA. What are your thoughts?
Department of Education Languages Teachers are invited to join the Languages Big Day Out, hosted by Willetton SHS Languages TDS on the first day back next term.
The revised curricula for Arabic, German, Japanese, Korean, Modern Greek, Spanish and Vietnamese are now available for viewing on the ACARA website (http://www.acara.edu.au/langua...
The Australian Curriculum: Languages for Chinese, French, Indonesian and Italian have now been made available on the Australian Curriculum website.
The MLTAWA invites educators, teachers, school leaders, researchers and curriculum writers to present a workshop or paper that is suited to our conference theme of “Review, Revise...