Auckland Events

  • Past Events

  • Wed 1st Nov 2023

    Reading for Pleasure

    Come and listen to a team of researchers share their insights into the place for Reading for Pleasure and its place in Te Mātaiho: The Refreshed New Zealand Curriculum. Registration details and more information to follow!

  • Wed 30th Aug 2023

    A Special Evening and Dinner with Dr Rae Si’ilata

    Come along and spend an evening with Dr Rae Si'ilata to learn about Translanguaging and what we can do to support Pasifika Learners in our classrooms.

  • Fri 4th Aug 2023

    Young Authors and Illustrators Event

    Come and Join us for a morning spent with current Authors and Illustrators, this is aimed at Y5-8 students who will get to hear about their craft and learn some hints and tips along the way.

  • Mon 28th Feb 2022 — Fri 8th Apr 2022

    Auckland Literacy Association Sponsored Teacher Application – 2022

    The Auckland Literacy Association offers several sponsorships for members to attend the national NZLA conference, which is being held this year at The Parnell Conference Centre and Parnell District School, from Sunday 9 to Wednesday 12 October 2022. The conference offers significant professional development and an opportunity to mix with…

  • Wed 10th Nov 2021

    Postponed – Creating Space in Classrooms for Translanguaging and Embodied Cultural Literacies – Dr. Rae Si‘ilata

    Rae is contracted by the Ministry of Education to provide teacher professional learning and development, and to document research findings in ECE centres and primary schools. Two current projects are the Pasifika Early Literacy Project (PELP) and the Pasifika Teacher Aide Project (PTAP), which focus on supporting teachers and learning…

  • Wed 11th Aug 2021

    A seminar with Associate Professor Rebecca Jesson and Professor Janet Gaffney – Who sets the course for literacy in Aotearoa? Kia whakatōmuri te haere whakamuā

    This seminar traces the foundational principles of current research on literacies and languages to their whakapapa in Aotearoa New Zealand.