In 2021 the AAA! PD conference will be fully online event. The conference provides teachers, teacher-librarians, librarians and the general public with up-to-date knowledge and industry insights for promoting literature and literacy within the NSW Education Curriculum. It is an inspiring conference that includes world class speakers. This event has been running for over 20 years. Delegates have the opportunity to listen to presentations at times which suits them whilst visiting the online trade fair and book shop.
This Conference will encourage critically reflective thinking and provide a showcase of professional development resources to support educators in their role.
Leave the ordinary behind and become Curious and Wild this Spring! When our Curious Creatives visit Taronga Zoo Sydney, thanks to a grant gratefully received from Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund. We are bringing children’s authors and illustrators into Taronga Zoo to ‘talk with the animals’ we are keeping alive and well - Our kids’ curiosity and creativity skills, our teachers’ and parents’ sanity, and our amazing community of creatives (authors and illustrators) and their publishers.
Join us online on the first day of every month for a free scoop!
All welcome - teachers, librarians, kids and adults who love books for kids and are curious about their creators and characters. Each month authors and illustrators will give a sneak peek into their inspiration, creative choices, artwork and the story behind their stories. Invite your friends and colleagues along and we will mix it up each month with three segments including; Illustrators Corner, Picture Book Nook, Junior Fiction Gems, Middle Grade Magic and Sneak Peek.
A special event to celebrate our outstanding Indigenous Australian creative and prepare you for NAIDOC Week. Up-date your knowledge of current Indigenous resources and how best to share them with your students.
This presentation supports teaching the cross-curriculum priorities of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures. When planning and programming content relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures, teachers are encouraged to involve local Aboriginal communities and/or appropriate knowledge holders in determining suitable resources.