A free hearing screening for students
20 Jun

Have you heard of Sound Scouts?

Sound Scouts aim is “to provide an accessible hearing test solution for school aged children and adults across Australia & around the world”. Sound Scouts have teamed up with Hearing Australia and National Acoustic Laboratories to create a free app …

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Join in the Members Forum
14 Jun

Networking opportunity for LSTAQ members

Check out the newly activated member forum and have your say. Great opportunity to share resources and participate in professional dialogue.

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Using games for numeracy intervention
29 May

Revisiting resources

Online learning has provoked opportunities to revisit resources not used for a while. here’s a handy game for students to reinforce learning of 10s number facts  – go to https://www.mathplayground.com/number_bonds_10.html      

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Using a screen recorder to add explanations for students

Supporting online learning

Screencast-O-Matic, is a tool for capturing and recording the screen with you explaining the screen at the same time. You can capture any part of your screen with an option to add your narration from your microphone and webcam video. …

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Free on-line course offered by Dr Judith Howard (QUT)
05 May

Teaching Students Who Have Suffered Complex Trauma

Dr Judith Howard, Lead Educator from QUT, is offering a free two-hour on-line course Teaching Students Who Have Suffered Complex Trauma. Judith assists schools to use a neuroscience informed approach for supporting children and adolescents from complex trauma backgrounds. Sign …

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LSTAQ AGM 2020
28 Mar

LSTAQ & Covid 19

The LSTAQ AGM went ahead on 12 March 2020 but unfortunately the advertised discussion with Professor Susan Carrington was unable to go ahead. The LSTAQ would like to wish all teachers well in these unprecedented times. We hope to hear …

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Language development in the early years
01 Jan

The Importance of Oral Language

We know how necessary language development is for the acquisition of  literacy knowledge and skills that are required for school and for life.

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Resources for people with print disability
31 Aug

Vision Australia Library

The Vision Australia Library provides free access to over 40,000 items to clients nationwide in both audiobook and braille formats. To become a member of the library, users must have a print disability such as Dyslexia (or another reading issue …

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EDNA FUREY GRANT
02 Jun

Five Successful Applicants

Congratulations to our five successful Edna Furey Grant applicants for 2020. We look forward to your reports and reading about your student successes and staff experiences.

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