The Victorian Association for the Teaching of English is a professional body established to promote the interests of English education and to allow English educators in Victoria to exchange ideas.
VATE brings together teachers in government, Catholic and independent schools, as well as tertiary educators and pre-service teachers.
VATE Council letter to the VCAA CEO and Board re the delayed release of the VCAA English, Literature and EAL examinations
Friday 5 May
Treacy Centre, 126 The Avenue, Parkville
Designed to meet the wide and varied needs of English leaders at work in a range of Victorian schools, this conference provides you with a rich and lively program that offers practical as well as thought-provoking sessions that will inspire and re-energise you and your teams. It is the hope that you will return to your faculties/departments with up-to-date and accurate information, new and innovative ideas, and a fresh approach to your leadership.
Meeting 2: Working with literacy and engagement issues in the English classroom
Monday 22 May
The Early Career Teachers’ Network offers graduate and early career teachers of English an opportunity to:
Invictus and Ransom
29 May 2017. Register here
You will be taken to ACMI to complete your booking.
For more information about these sessions, please phone ACMI on 8663 2200.
Are you an early career English teacher? Are you interested in sharing your views about teaching English? The Investigating Literary Knowledge in the Making of English Teachers project is seeking English teachers in their first four years of teaching to take part in interviews.