WriteMe Workshops

PLCFuture workshops will be advertised soon,
but please be in contact if have requests or queries.

Critical Perspectives in English:  SOLD OUT  
9am-3pm, Monday 27 February 2017

Intertextuality in English SOLD OUT  
9am-3pm, Friday 3 March 2017

2017 Writers' Week English Teachers:  SOLD OUT  
8:15- 3:15, Tuesday 7 March, 2017 (check venue re booking and follow-up email)

Literacy for All: 
9am-3pm, Friday 10 March 2017 (immediately before the long weekend)

Teaching Creative Writing:
9am-3pm, Tues 14 March 2017 (immediately after the long weekend)

Please email if you would like to learn more about school-based professional learning projects in 2017 or 2018.

SAETA Refresher Course: Critical Perspectives in Stage 1 and 2 English: DOWNLOAD PowerPoint HERE. 


Aligned to Australian Professional Standards for Teachers

Completing any of the first three workshops listed above will contribute 5 hours and 15 minutes of QTC Registered PD addressing 2.1.2; 2.5.2, 3.4.2, 6.2.2, 6.3.2, and 7.4.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining ProficientTeacher Accreditation in NSW. 


What can you expect at a workshop: 

  • Small, personalised groups 
  • Highly engaging content and delivery with practical classroom applications based on current theory and research
  • Opportunities to ask the hard questions and engage with other teachers
  • Aligned to current curriculum, policy and teacher accreditation demands
  • Beautiful food and great coffee/tea
  • Web access to allow participants to download and use all materials on the day and back at school (wifi provided)

Previous workshop reviews:

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  • 'I just want to say thank you... It has been by far the most rewarding and insightful T&D that I have attended."
  • 'Small group discussions, mixed with wider research, was an excellent way to engage everyone and explore new techniques in teaching novels.'
  • 'This honestly felt more like a holiday where I learned a lot about creative writing, rather than a dull professional obligation...I picked up invaluable creative writing tips that I have already used to great success in the classroom.'                                           
  • 'Can quite honestly say it was the best PD event that I have ever attended.'
  • 'I came away with so many ideas for my planning and I look forward to sharing them with colleagues.'                
  • 'The session definitely reignited my passion for film study and I came away with a more concrete idea of how to analyse films.'
  • 'I honestly found the day to be perfect and it was beyond my expectations.'    
  • 'It has not only improved my teaching methods, but given me so many new ways to look at things and ideas in the classroom.'   
  • I really enjoyed the workshop ... It was informative, relaxed, intimate and it provided me with an EXCELLENT framework for analysing film.                                
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 SAETA Refresher Course Intertextuality: PowerPoint

 SAETA Refresher Course Reading Australia: PowerPoint