Here’s a taste of likely conference sessions
Subject to change without notice
Weaving numeracy through your EAL curricula: Enriching the learning experience for your students
Gabriella Zibell and Tracey Batt
This is Rubbish!
Meeting a Community Need: Customising Learning Materials to Teach Basic Legal Rights and Digital Literacy Skills Using Mobile Technology to Migrants and Refugees.
Above or below the line
Nathalie Parr & Ruth Ginter
Climate change literacy in adult basic education?
Keiko Yasukawa, Janet Dynne & Raviro Chineka
Aboriginal Maestras: Bringing out our voices through the Yes, I Can! Campaign
Frances Williamson, Rose Amazan & Deborah Durnan
TWAFFA: Trigger word analysis for fairer assessment
Rough diamonds: digital literacy with the garbos
Utilising digital technology to maximise learning in Adult Foundation Skills classes.
Accounting for the full value of learners’ outcomes
Judy Hunter, Jane Furness & Bronwyn Yates
Raising Cultural Awareness through action research in the Australian Migrant English classroom
Transforming Practice through an understanding of socio-cultural conditions in the classroom
Digital and linguistic resources of pre and beginner level adult English language learners: what are the affordances and limitations?
Julie Choi & Yvette Slaughter
Hinatore: Upskilling Maori and Pasifika Workplace Learners
Anne Alkema, Cain Kerehoma & Laloifi Ripley
Adult learners and the sustainability of Bilingual Education in the Northern Territory.
Michele Willsher, Janine Oldfield & Trudy Avlonitis
'Critical re-imagining: adult literacy and numeracy practices for sustainable development'
4-5 October • 3 October Preconference
University of Technology Sydney