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The 2012 Connected books will be distributed to schools in the first week of Term 3 and the teacher support materials (TSM) for articles in these books will be available online.This year’s ... Read more »22.06.2012
Kate Birch and Sarah McWilliams conducted a webinar on 21 June 2012 on the new Literacy Leadership section on Literacy Online, which takes you on a tour of the site and explains ... Read more »21.06.2012
You can now read and enjoy the June 2012 newsletter online. ... Read more »20.06.2012
Literacy in the Learning Areas This section provides support for teachers to integrate literacy into their specialist subject areas, based on the Teaching as Inquiry framework.Each learning area has its own language ... Read more »19.06.2012
Four new School Journal Story library books have been distributed to schools. The teacher support materials and audio to support and accompany these titles is available at www.schooljournalstorylibrary.tki.org.nz Level 3 The Bittern ... Read more »15.06.2012
When: Thursday June 21 3.30 pm - 4.15pm The new resource for Literacy Leadership is now up on Literacy Online. To find out more, make sure you register for this webinar and ... Read more »14.06.2012
The Secondary English forum facilitated by Mike Fowler has recently reached 1,000 subscribers. To acknowledge this milestone we awarded a $50 book voucher to the 1,000th person to join the list - ... Read more »06.06.2012
This section has been developed to provide you with tools, resources and ideas to support you in your role as Literacy Leader. It is organised under four phases based on the Teaching ... Read more »