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  • Adobe Connect with the Tanken Centre

    The Tanken Centre staff is offering a 30 minute Adobe Connect webinar for teachers of Japanese to share their ideas regarding Strategies to use the target language in the classroom, 13 March 2017 from 3:30pm to 4pm. To attend log into Adobe Connect (

  • HSC speaking days

    The Goethe Institut (Sydney) is running two speaking days for Stage 6 German students:

    5 May 2017 – HSC Continuers Day (9am-2pm)

    2 June 2017 – HSC Extension Day (9am-2pm)

  • Languages Virtual Mentoring Network

    Support is available for beginning and/or isolated languages teachers through the newly-established Virtual Language Mentoring Network (VLMN).

    The Languages and Culture team is seeking expressions of interest from:

    • experienced language teachers and/or HT Languages who are passionate about supporting teachers
    • early career/geographically remote teachers of languages 7-12

  • Language enhancements to NESA up2now tool

    The up2now tool allows high school students to create an online portfolio of their academic and extra-curricular achievements. It also enables students to export their portfolio to social media (including LinkedIn), adapt it into a curriculum vitae, print a hardcopy, and share with third parties such as their peers, teachers, universities, and prospective employers.

  • Update from Nihongo Tanken Centre

    Excursion bookings for Terms 2 and 3 are filling up quickly. If you are interested in bringing your students or have any queries, please contact us with your preferred dates.

  • Languages Adobe Connect webinar

    All secondary languages teachers are invited to participate in the Term 1 Adobe Connect webinar. This will include an update from state office, information on digital resources and collaborative strategies to strengthen professional connections.

  • Languages and numeracy registered PL

    A series of registered professional learning modules have been designed by the Language Advisory Network Group (LANG) to meet the professional learning needs of languages teachers across NSW. The blended learning modules will be delivered online via Adobe Connect by accomplished languages educators.

  • Korean Plant-a-School Program

    Expressions of interest are invited from primary and secondary schools which would like to receive funding to introduce a Korean language program at school.

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