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XV NATIONAL COMMUNITY LANGUAGE SCHOOLS CONFERENCE IN BRISBANE

XV NATIONAL COMMUNITY LANGUAGE SCHOOLS CONFERENCE IN BRISBANE - AN UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE FOR ALL WHO ATTENDED The XV National Community Languages School Conference was held on Saturday, October 6, 2018, in Brisbane. Over 120 teachers from over 30 communities from around Australia attended.

2018 SBS National Language Competition

SBS National Languages Competition 2018 - 'What does language learning mean to you? 15 October- 18 November 2018

Opening of 2018/19 Multicultural and Learning Grants Programs

The Hodgman Liberal Government is a strong supporter of multiculturalism and the vibrant communities it creates. Applications are now open for two key programs to assist migrants to settle and feel welcome in Tasmania.

15Th National Community Language School Conference

Saturday, October 6th, 2016

Theme: Community Languages - New Horizons in language and cultural maintenance

An Invitation to all community language school instructors teachers, administrators and community leaders nationally.

2018 Victorian Community Languages Schools Conference

Theme: ommunity Language Schools - Challenges and Opportunities in Languages Education Saturday July 8, 2018 - 9.30am ? 4.30pm Story Hall, RMIT University, Swanston Street, Melbourne

SBS National Languages Competition Awards

In Sydney at SBS National Languages Competition Awards with Federal Minister for Education and Training The Hon Senator Simon Birmingham, SBS CEO Michael Ebeid and NSWFCLS President and Vice President Albert Vella and Lucia St. John's . Congratulations to all participants and winners. Community Languages Australia is proud to be associated with SBS in promoting language and culture.

MEDIA RELEASE: 14TH NATIONAL COMMUNITY LANGUAGE SCHOOLS CONFERENCE BEING HELD IN PERTH -- AN OVERWHELMING SUCCESS

The 14th National Community Languages Schools Conference held in Perth on Saturday October 7, 2017 at the Community Catholic Education Centre, attracted over 200 participants from over 30 communities - a collage of language and cultural backgrounds.

Canberra Region Languages Forum Update April 2017

Some information about language-related activities and news, especially in the Canberra region

Language and Literacy Research Hub Seminar

The Language and Literacy Education Research hub seminar in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education is holding its second seminar on Thursday 20th April, 5.30 to 6.45

Canberra Region Languages Forum Update December 2016

Some information about language-related activities and news, especially in the Canberra region

Effective learning networks and collaboration around outcomes - useful links and key success factors

In relation to how schools and stakeholders build effective learning networks and collaboration around outcomes, the following fourteen links may be of interest. With each link, a key success factor (for optimising collaboration, co-design, personalisation and outcomes in student learning, development, health and wellbeing) is also profiled (in green). All fourteen factors are included in a table at the end of the note.

Early Learning Languages Australia

Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham said the Turnbull Government is offering more than 300 preschools access to the expanded pilot of the Early Learning Languages programme and Polyglots apps, meaning around 10,000 pre-schoolers will be able to study Chinese, Japanese, Indonesian, French or Arabic.

Urgent General Meeting of the Community Languages Australia/Ethnic Schools Association of Victoria

All Victorian Community languages schools are requested to attend an urgent General Meeting of the Community Languages Australia/Ethnic Schools Association of Victoria on Monday December 5th, at 6.00pm at our new offices COASIT building (Entry from University St, Carlton).

There are number of issues that need to be discussed.

Raising Children in More Than One Language

A FREE seminar for parents, early childhood and pre-school workers, teachers, grandparents and others interested in bilingualism and multilingualism for children at home and elsewhere.

SBS National Languages Competition Winners Awarded

Nearly 20,000 students nationwide, aged 4 to 18 years, entered the inaugural SBS National Languages Competition which aims to encourage and celebrate a love of learning languages in Australia. SBS and Community Languages Australia (CLA) awarded the six national winners across three age categories at the SBS National Languages Competition Awards Ceremony on Saturday 8 October.

Ukraine Day at Ukrainian Central School

Ukraine Day at Ukrainian Central School

Poor Literacy in Oz. Reading Between the Lines

Poor Literacy in Oz. Reading Between the Lines On Literacy in Australia:

Bilingual People Have Improved Attention Control

Bilingual People Have Improved Attention Control On Bilingualism

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