Presented by Jan Hagston

Jan Hagston is an experienced and passionate educator. She has broad education experience having worked in secondary schools, TAFE institutions, adult and community education providers, universities and workplace programs undertaking teaching, product development, professional training and development and research. Much of this work has been in adult literacy.


Saturday 16 March @ 9.30am

Coopers Plains Library

107 Orange Grove Rd, Coopers Plains


The teaching of the different spelling knowledges (morphemic, etymological, phonological and visual) is a way of building the linguistic skills and processes that students need to become proficient spellers. These spelling knowledges also provide a useful framework for teachers to assess students’ strengths and weaknesses in spelling and to identify areas where students can improve their spelling by building their existing linguistic know-how.

This workshop will look at examples of students’ writing and analyse the spelling – what they get right and wrong – through the lens of the knowledges. Participants will then have the opportunity to use this strategy to analyse spelling in student written texts.


Morning tea provided with an opportunity to network

Registrations on line soon

Members $5; non-members $20 – Join now