Language for Organising Text in English K-10 is an online module and is being offered by Education at the University of Wollongong (UOW) in partnership with the NSW Teachers Federation - Centre for Professional Learning (CPL).
This module was previously known as 'Resources for Organising Text in English K-10'.
Members are advised to register as soon as possible via the University of Wollongong e-payment system One-Stop
This module is one of three modules making up the ‘Knowledge about Language’ unit. Successful completion of all three modules in this unit enables participants to apply for academic credit equivalent to one subject in the Master of Education (Language and Literacy specialization) at the University of Wollongong.is module is one of three modules making up the ‘Knowledge about Language’ unit. Successful completion of all three modules in this unit enables participants to apply for academic credit equivalent to one subject in the Master of Education (Language and Literacy specialisation) at the University of Wollongong.
Note: These are stand-alone modules and it is not necessary to complete modules 1 and 2 before enrolling module 3.
How to Apply
1. The special rate for financial members of the NSW Teachers Federation for the first module is $250. (Please ensure you provide your Federation membership number when registering).
2. A maximum of up to 30 NSW Teachers Federation members are eligible for the special rate per module.
3. Go to the University of Wollongong One Stop Shop to register, when registrations open.
4. The University of Wollongong administers and conducts the course.
5. For further information please contact the University of Wollongong via email@example.com
6. The University of Wollongong is the endorsed provider for this module. This module is registered and accredited by NESA for 12 hours hours (or 20 hours with successful completion of assignment) and addresses the following Australian standards: 1.2.2, 2.1.2, 3.2.2, 6.2.2, 7.4.2
For teachers with three years or more of teaching experience, the Masters of Education (Language and Literacy) program is 48 credit points (8 subjects or equivalent), usually completed over two years by part time, online study. For further information contact A/Prof Pauline Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Delivery Dates: 7 May - 1 June 2018
Enrolments Close: 1 May 2018
Teachers K-10. All primary teachers K-6 and teachers of secondary subjects requiring written responses.