Idiom

Volume 58, Number 02, 2022

IDIOM NO.58

'Lost and Found' The lasting legacy of COVID

The purpose of this edition of Idiom with its theme ‘“Lost and Found”: The lasting legacy of COVID’, is to create a space for the telling of our important stories, to allow for what will be an ongoing discussion about the legacy of the pandemic on the educational development and outcomes for young people at all levels of their schooling. We hope this edition of Idiom opens up useful and positive conversations amongst English teachers about how to navigate this new reality for the benefit of all students.

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Volume 58, number 02, 2022

'Lost and Found' The lasting legacy of COVID

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What is Idiom?

Idiom is the journal of the Victorian Association for the Teaching of English and is published online three times a year. Idiom provides an important space for members of the VATE community to share insights, expertise, experiences and practical advice for the benefit of our English teaching colleagues and to help foster professional dialogue and development. Contributions and editorial correspondence should be sent to the Managing Editor, Josephine Smith: idiom@vate.org.au.

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Past issues

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Volume 58, number 01, 2022

‘Stepping Up’: Being an English leader

Volume 57, number 03, 2021

Starting out

Volume 57, number 02, 2021

Diverse Voices in English

Volume 57, number 01, 2021

Removing the Mask

Volume 56, number 03, 2020

Nurturing a Writing Culture

Volume 56, number 02, 2020

Voices from the Middle

Volume 56, number 01, 2020

2019 AATE National Conference

Volume 55, number 03, 2019

Conversations about the original VCE English Study Design

Volume 55, number 02, 2019

Focus on Text