Conference logo artwork: Stacey Zass 

 

Welcome to the AATE/ALEA

National Conference site

for Adelaide 2016

Call for presentations now open

The Australian Association for the Teaching of English and the Australian Literacy Educators’ Association look forward to welcoming you to South Australia for the 2016 national conference.  Weave your way through wondrous words and worlds as you embrace Adelaide like you’ve never seen it before.

We are indebted to the many volunteers who have made this event a reality. We thank SAETA and ALEA SA committee members who have been working hard since July 2013 to make this conference a reality. We also thank them for their commitment and countless hours of time so generously given to the organisation and behind the scenes running of the conference. We also thank all of our presenters from across Australia and overseas for their preparations in the lead up to the conference.

Our national associations, AATE and ALEA, have also provided support, wisdom and expertise gained from previous conferences and administratively through the head office in Adelaide and in particular the work of Wendy Rush, Lucy Carberry and Jarred Van Abkoude

We trust that you will enjoy the conference: an invaluable opportunity to network with other educators, consider and discuss the big picture issues in education, and consider practical strategies to be enacted in our educational contexts.

May your memories of our conference be very positive and your experiences professionally rewarding.

Conference Co-Convenors

Alison Robertson
President
SA Association for the Teaching of English
Teacher
Wilderness School


 
Rosemary Kadow
State Director SA
Australian Literacy Educators' Association
Educational Consultant
Association of Independent Schools SA
 
Julia Johnson
President SA
Australian Literacy Educators' Association
Literacy Consultant
Catholic Education SA
 

Acknowledgement of Country

Kaurna Miyurna
Kaurna Yarta
Ngadlu
Tampinthi 
 
Translation Kaurna to English
We acknowledge the Kaurna People and Kaurna Country.

The Adelaide Convention Centre is situated on Kaurna land and we acknowledge the Kaurna Elders, past and present, are the traditional custodians of this land.