Syba Academy Seminars are usually one-day face to face sessions with leading national and international education consultants and practitioners. The seminar room is set in either classroom or cabaret format allowing for speakers to present in lecture format followed by small group practical activities to reinforce theory.
A feature of our one-day seminars is an opportunity to interact with relevant education suppliers during breaks at our trade exhibition.
Syba Academy seminars regularly attract up to 200 education professionals.
A one-day Literary Festival featuring a range of authors and illustrators.
Date: Friday 24th March, 2017
Time: 9.00am - 3.30pm
Location: Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf, SYDNEY
Accreditation: BOSTES/QTC NSW to AITSL National Teaching Standards (see below for details for other states)
Registration Fee: $328.90 (GST incl)
Major Sponsor: Literacy Fair:Download PDF » Register now »
The teaching of literacy knowledge and skills is integrated across all learning areas of the Australian Curriculum, where students are required to develop knowledge, skills and dispositions to interpret and use language confidently for learning and communicating in and out of school and for participating effectively in society.
According to ACARA (2015) ‘becoming literate’ also encompasses the knowledge and skills students need to access, understand, analyse and evaluate information, make meaning, express thoughts and emotions, present ideas and opinions, interact with others and participate in activities at school and in their lives beyond school.
Integrating fiction across the curriculum in a variety of literacy formats enriches students’ literacy skills while helping them gain a deeper understanding of relationships, issues, and events in the world around them. This can be particularly useful when designing curriculum units to support students’ knowledge, understanding and skills relating to the cross-curriculum priorities of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures, Asia and Australia’s Engagement with Asia, or Sustainability.
The school library plays an important role in building a reading culture within a school community, and in helping students become literate and engage with literary and information texts as independent learners.
Teacher librarians can achieve this through collaborating with teachers and other specialist staff to develop programs and initiatives that provide rich reading experiences for students using a range of imaginative, informative and persuasive texts, in both print and digital formats.
Listen to authors and illustrators, literacy coordinators, class teachers and teacher librarians present on a range of topics addressing these themes:
The program will include a trade fair exhibiting new resources and products to support literary learning and literacy development across the curriculum.
Who should attend?:
For Proficient Teachers
Completing seminar Literary Learning & Literacy Festival will contribute 5 hours of QTC Registered PD addressing standards from the Australian Professional Standards forTeachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
For your convenience this course is aligned to AITSL National Standards for Teachers and meets the requirements for Teacher identified Professional Learning in the following states as outlined below: