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Learning. Learning Languages Jeanne Gilbert School Support Services University of Waikato. Pathways, pld and qualifications for learning languages. /. Pathways, PLD and Qualifications for Teachers of Learning Languages. Purpose of today’s session:

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Learning

Learning Languages

Jeanne Gilbert

School Support Services

University of Waikato

pathways pld and qualifications for teachers of learning languages
Pathways, PLD and Qualifications for Teachers of Learning Languages
  • Purpose of today’s session:
  • to inform teachers of some possible PLD opportunities, pathways and qualifications
  • to motivate and energise
  • to set up for 2012+
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Jeanne Gilbert: intro and ProfeLL , links to FOE and 2012

  • Britta Frogley: ProfeLL – a school’s stories
  • Nicola Daly: FOE - links to teachers and teaching, papers in class and online
  • Anne Forsberg : TPDL 2009
  • Martin Weren : TPDL 2011
  • Question Time:
  • ProfeLL – Professional learning for Learning Languages, School Support Services, University of Waikato – regional
  • FOE – Faculty of Education, University of Waikato – regional and online national / international
  • TPDL – Teacher Professional Development for Languages, Uni-services, University of Auckland – national, MOE funded
profell 1 2 3
ProfeLL 1,2 + 3
  • These courses are designed for teachers yrs 1- 8 new to additional language teaching, and secondary teachers who wish to focus on second language pedagogies and methodologies.
profell
ProfeLL
  • In 2011 we offered 3 sequential workshops per language, in terms 1, 2 and 3, in Hamilton and Tauranga.
  • Pasifika languages were offered in Hamilton only.
  • Participating teachers could also opt for a classroom visit / modelling session / learning conversation on a negotiated date.
profell foe links
Profell + foe links
  • Successful teachers who attend all three workshops earn the ProfeLL certificate which entitles them to a credit of one assignment worth 20% of the paper total for the online paper TEAL 221 (net) Teaching and Learning Additional Languages in a Primary Setting, Faculty of Education, the University of Waikato.
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Name

  • has participated in the
  • Professional Learning for Learning Languages (ProfeLL) series
  • in target language(s)
  • 3 days (18 hours) of sequential learning in terms 1, 2 & 3 2011
  • As part of this professional learning, teachers explored theory and practice in relation to:
  • implementing the relevant Learning Languages resource
  • aligning Learning Languages resources to the NZ Curriculum
  • understanding and integrating the principles of Instructed Second Language Acquisition into classroom practice (Ellis, 2005)
  • understanding and implementing the principles of Intercultural Communicative Language Teaching and Learning (Newton & Yates, 2009)
  • making links between first language (L1) and second language (L2) literacies
  • implementing aspects of e-learning into the Learning Languages programme
  • integrating effective assessment strategies
  • The completion of this 18 hour ProfeLL course will give participants a credit of one assignment (worth 20% of the paper total) for the online paper TEAL 221(NET) Teaching and Learning Additional Languages in a Primary Setting.
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ProfeLL - Series 2010:Congratulations to the following 10 teachers who received the first ProfeLL certificates
  • Chinese: Stephanie Terry, Steffan Beaurepair, St Joseph\'s Primary, Fairfield.French: Anne Barker, Thames South Primary; Debbie Rice, Omokoroa #1 Primary; Jill O\'Carroll, Te Kauwhata College; Jill Taylor, Tauriko Primary; Lynda Bullock, Lake Rerewhakaaitu PrimaryJapanese: Dorothy Carr, Pukenui Primary, Te Kuiti; Melissa McGinity, Hukanui PrimarySpanish: Lauren Prentice, Hukanui Primary
profell series 2011 congratulations to the following 12 teachers who received profell certificates
ProfeLL - Series 2011:Congratulations to the following 12 teachers who received ProfeLL certificates
  • Chinese: Alicia Goodhall, St Jo’s Fairfield; Hannah Mould, Hukanui Primary; Regan Aspden, Berkley Normal MS
  • French: Robyn Mather, Berkley Normal MS; Sue Jeffs, St Francis, Thames
  • French/German: Peter Poeschl, Parawai, Thames
  • German: Anne Flanagan, Hukanui Primary; Luke Rakoczy, Western Heights PS Rotorua; Marie-Louise Nordberg, Whatawhata Primary
  • Japanese: Nick Lorentz, Berkley Normal MS
  • Spanish: Megan Parker Horotiu PS, Jethro Dyer, Opoutere PS
2012 forms for consultation purposes
2012 - Forms for consultation purposes
  • The form is being designed to be completed by schools (Leadership and Board) and discussed with Senior Advisers at local offices of MOE and includes a section on school wide needs and a section on teacher (syndicate / dept) needs.
  • The key thing for teachers involved in Learning Languages is to be talking to their school leaders about how PLD for them is identified in the teacher needs section.
  • Where teachers are already receiving support and that support is continuing next year it is important that this is flagged on the request form
  • A critical factor in identifying future needs will be the strategic section of a school’s charter where it is expected that schools will be able to signal a plan for school wide PLD and for specific Learning Area PLD over the years of their strategic plan i.e it is planned for PLD based on identifiable needs and not just responding to what might be available.
  • Neil Couch , PLD Co-ordinator , Ministry of Education, Hamilton .Sept 2011
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TPDL (handouts in folders)

  • FOE in class and online papers
  • University target language, second language acquisition and linguistics papers
  • Night school
  • Correspondence school
  • International qualifications through: (contact National Advisers)
        • Alliance Francaise - DILF - DELF - DALF - French Proficiency Tests
        • Goethe Institut – Startdeutsch, Zertifikat Deutsch
        • Japanese – JLPT – Japanese Language Proficiency Test
        • Chinese – HSK – Chinese Proficiency Test
        • Spanish – DELE - Diplomas of Spanish as a Foreign Language
    • NZALT 2012 conference in Rotorua (postcard in folders)
    • and link to ILEP exchanges and language specific scholarships
    • LIA

POSSIBIlITIES

examples of waikato pld packages for ll 2012
Examples of waikato PLD ‘packages’ for ll 2012+
  • In-school specific implementation workshops - to be co-constructed e.g. 2011 Papamoa College
  • ProfeLL
  • TAI – Teaching as Inquiry – primary and secondary - specific PLD for a school /teachers to be co-constructed , inclusive of eLearning , assessment, middle leadership – individual to the teacher’s needs e.g. 2011 Hukanui Primary
  • NLC – Networked Learning Cluster – funded –primary and secondary - can be tailored to TAI for LL e.g. 2011 Kinohaku Cluster, Whakatane X-Sector Cluster, MyPortfolio101
  • Contact Learning 4 – handout in folders
  • Watch these spaces below…
  • http://learning-languages.tki.org.nz/
  • http://seniorsecondary.tki.org.nz/
  • https://learninglanguageswaikato.wikispaces.com/
  • http://www.learninglanguageswaikato.blogspot.com/
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