Teachers will discover simple feedback cues to assist their writers and guide them to becoming 'redrafters' and therefore ‘real writers’.
Through his work with teachers, parents, RTLBs, RTLits and other education professionals, Christian has observed common patterns emerging in the behaviour of struggling learners and the critical role the brain plays in this process.
A fantastic and very affordable opportunity to hear this inspiring and informative speaker. Excellent professional learning for your staff, parents/whanau and community! All welcome!
Come along and spend a very inspiring afternoon, where Murray will explore uses of quality picture books, how to be effective in using any text in guided or shared reading.
The TTLA is proud to be back in the flow with our 15th Annual Seminar Day, effectively a conference in one day for an incredible price! Success for All! 2 great keynotes, with excellent workshops, Traders, great food and spot prizes!
David from the Centre for Brain Research in Auckland is coming to the Wellington Literacy Association on Thursday 18th May. He will discuss current research and knowledge about training the brain, as well as how this line of work can inform best practices when children face learning differences.