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    Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 Classroom Resources and Training Form

    This training and resources document provides a summary of the evidence-base, the training options and the programs for each age range. The brochure outlines: The most popular PLD oral language, motor and literacy programs. The online courses, seminar dates, and in school professional development options. Access the other 2020 Literacy and Training resource catalogues: The […]

    This training and resources document provides a summary of the evidence-base, the training options and the programs for each age range. The brochure outlines: The

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    Year 1 & 2 Classroom Resources and Training Form

    This training and resources document provides a summary of the evidence-base, the training options and the programs for each age range. The brochure outlines: The most popular PLD oral language, motor and literacy programs. The online courses, seminar dates, and in school professional development options. Access the other 2020 Literacy and Training resource catalogues: The […]

    This training and resources document provides a summary of the evidence-base, the training options and the programs for each age range. The brochure outlines: The

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    Early Years Classroom Resources and Training Form

    This training and resources document provides a summary of the evidence-base, the training options and the programs for each age range. The brochure outlines: The most popular PLD oral language, motor and literacy programs. The online courses, seminar dates, and in school professional development options. Access the other 2020 Literacy and Training resource catalogues: Early […]

    This training and resources document provides a summary of the evidence-base, the training options and the programs for each age range. The brochure outlines: The

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    Foundation Classroom Resources and Training Form

    This training and resources document provides a summary of the evidence-base, the training options and the programs for each age range. The brochure outlines: The most popular PLD oral language, motor and literacy programs. The online courses, seminar dates, and in school professional development options. Access the other 2020 Literacy and Training resource catalogues: Early […]

    This training and resources document provides a summary of the evidence-base, the training options and the programs for each age range. The brochure outlines: The

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