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The VATE office is closed Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 October.

If you attended the Student Revision Days at the weekend, please check your eTicket for login details to access notes (NB. Not all presenters make their notes available). Information will be re-sent to all registered delegates by Tuesday 15 October. 

 

2019 AATE National Conference

'my story flows in more than one direction: power of story, politics of voice'

VATE is delighted to be hosting the 2019 AATE National Conference – 30 November - 3 December at Deakin University, Burwood.

Download the full program and register here.

We look forward to welcoming you to Melbourne.

 

 

Over 50 years of supporting English teachers

Since 1960 Victorian Association for the teaching of English has supported its members as they have initiated with the various changes to the teaching and learning of English.

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Welcome to VATE


 

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.

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Become a VATE member

VATE exists to support its members in the continual process of renewal necessary to engage with the dynamic nature of both the profession and subject English.

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Networks

2019 Collaborative Research Grant

11 Apr 2019

VATE has four active online VCE Networks. VATE members are able to join these Networks and contribute to the conversations.

VCE English teachers

To subscribe to this Network email educationofficer@vate.org.au

VCE English Language teachers

To subscribe to this Network email jsmith@vate.org.au

VCE Literature teachers

To subscribe to this Network email educationofficer@vate.org.au

VCE EAL teachers

To subscribe to this Network email educationofficer@vate.org.au

Volume 43, number 01, 2007

Advocacy matters

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News

15 May 2019 - 10:00am

How do you design curriculum for writing?

You are invited to join a VATE-funded Deakin University research project entitled Teaching writing today: A collaborative study. Please note this study has been approved by the Victorian Department of Education and Training, and the Catholic Education Office. A research team comprising of a research academic at Deakin working collaboratively with five teachers in Victorian secondary schools is interested in answering the following questions:

How are Victorian English teachers designing curriculum for teaching writing?

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