A Storify collection of Tweets and other news sources from Day Two of the #AFMLTA2015 conference.
MLTAWA is please to announce that the recipient of the 2015 MLTAWA grant to attend #AFMLTA2015 in Melbourne on 09-15 July is Sharon Crossman. Congratulations!
Fulvia Valvasori has been awarded the Certificate of Merit from the AFMLTA for her years of dedication and contribution to the work of AFMLTA, MLTAWA, and WAATI.
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.
Tweets from #afmltarsg PD held across Australia on 14 March to help teachers engage with the Australian Curriculum: Languages.
All teachers of Languages (F-10) across Australia are invited to participate in the AFMLTA Ready? Set? Go! Australian Curriculum: Languages (AC:L) Professional Learning Program to...
Register now for early bird rates for the 20th National AFMLTA Languages Conference in Melbourne, 09-12 July.
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]
#AFMLTA2015 welcomes submissions from language educators at all levels. Visit http://conference2015.afmlta.asn.au/ for more information.
Babel Vol. 48 Number 2/3 has just been released! Articles include: Angela Scarino on writing the Australian Curriculum: Languages Shape Paper Developing the Framework for Aborigin...