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  • Higher Performing Students, through the implementation of evidence-based literacy instruction....
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    This seminar explores the characteristics of high performing schools; the striving for consistent implementation of evidence-based programs, time efficient tracking of student performance and the investment in getting things right when students are first learning to read, spell and write.

    Workshop Overview: The session will focus on effective explicit literacy instruction in conjunction with time efficient tracking. The seminar will outline and demonstrate some of

  • Higher Performing Students, through the implementation of evidence-based literacy instruction....
    Phonic handwriting

    This seminar explores the characteristics of high performing schools; the striving for consistent implementation of evidence-based programs, time efficient tracking of student performance and the investment in getting things right when students are first learning to read, spell and write.

    Workshop Overview: The session will focus on effective explicit literacy instruction in conjunction with time efficient tracking. The seminar will outline and demonstrate some of

  • School Leaders: Building High Performing Primary Schools
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    With the growing focus on measurable progress, it is becoming even more important to have real, useful data to see how classrooms in your school are tracking. But how is it possible to actually get meaningful data regarding how students are performing in your school?

    PLD have developed tools that are easy to setup and maintain which provide useful, meaningful insight into student performance in your classrooms. Following the success

  • Literacy and Learning in Kindergarten (WA)
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    The PRE-KINDY AND KINDERGARTEN YEARS is a period of huge potential learning. These years are optimised when an ‘early childhood’ approach is balanced with explicit instruction.

    This seminar explores: What the research explains are the most essential pre-literacy skills for 3 & 4 year olds; phonemic awareness, alphabet knowledge and oral