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UBC Faculty of Education is offering a non-credit professional development course titled How Language Works: Success in Literacy and Learning. This course is for educators seeking to extend their prior understandings of language and literacy, including how to apply this knowledge in the classroom.
|How Language Works: Success in literacy and learning is a course for educators seeking to extend their prior understandings of language and literacy, including how to apply this knowledge
in the classroom. It does this in a systematic way by providing a framework or model for looking at how the English language works to make
meaning, particularly within schooling contexts. This is a comprehensive and innovative professional learning program for educators based
in a theory of system functional linguistics.Participants will receive an internationally recognized certificate issued by the Department
of Education and Child Development South Australia, upon successful completion of this non-credit professional development program.
FORMAT: The course is delivered over 10 modules, each model is a 3-hour session.
REQUIREMENT: Participants must attend nine out of ten sessions and complete between module activities to receive certification.
INSTRUCTOR: Cathy Humphries | Educational Consultant, Licensed Tutor: How Language Works