MLTAWA Biennial State Conference 2021
Friday 26 – Saturday 27 March
Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle
The draft program for the MLTAWA State Conference Future Perfect? is now available to all language teachers and educators.
We are excited to bring this conference to you with its focus on engaging students in language learning at a time of global change and challenge.
Highlights of the program include keynote speakers, Adelle Wilkes from Scotch College, Perth, with a focus on future capabilities; Angelika Güttl-Strahlhofer and Heike Philp, experts in the field of online teaching and learning, who will be live streamed from Europe; Nathan Harvey, President of the AFMLTA; and Professor Rhonda Oliver from Curtin University, who will present the Nick Norris Memorial Lecture. A further highlight is the panel discussion which will entertain, be thought provoking and present diverse perspectives. The two days will also feature a variety of motivational presentations and workshops by experts from primary, secondary and tertiary fields, and include presentations on the Western Australian Curriculum: Languages. Many single language associations’ symposiums are also not to be missed as these will feature a range of presentations and workshops in language.
The Early bird registration for the conference is available until 10 March.
Registrations close on Monday 22 March.
Due to Covid-19 considerations, registrations are limited so be sure to register as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
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Please find the draft program below.
Look forward to seeing you there!