Book one or all of our 45-minute webinars to top-up your professional learning and to get answers to your questions.
Our 2021 webinar schedule includes a range of webinars on various topics for teachers, school leaders, private practitioners and parents. Each webinar includes an opportunity to ask questions and discuss the topic.
Booking is simple. Check webinar dates below and book by filling in the form. We will send you a link to join the Zoom meeting with instructions before the date.
Webinar - Assessing reading with the Little Learners Assessment of Reading Skills (LLARS)
How can reading be assessed effectively? Join this webinar to find out about the LLARS - our free assessment.CHECK WEBINAR DATES
Webinar - Teaching and assessing phonological awareness with Little Learners Love Literacy®
Phonological awareness is crucial for both reading and spelling success. Join this webinar to find out more.CHECK WEBINAR DATES
Webinar - An Introduction to Little Learners Love Literacy®
Heard of Little Learners Love Literacy®, but not quite sure what it’s all about? This webinar is for you!CHECK WEBINAR DATES
I am so very appreciative of these incredible free webinars. It builds such fabulous teacher capacity. I LOVE all of your LLLL resources, I would be lost without them. All the resources are just so user friendly and engaging and I just cannot get enough of them.
Danielle, Learning Support Teacher
Really informative webinar about the LLASS, so I can't wait to buy it and use it!
Thanks so much, the webinar was informative and very helpful. I really appreciate that it was free of charge.
I was attending to find out more about this approach and it was explained very clearly.
I found this webinar quick, to the point and very informative.
Shumba, Reading Support Teacher
Even though I have done the two-day workshops, I still felt like I needed to know more about LLARS. The LLARS workshop was really informative and answered some of the questions I had about the assessment.
Thank you for the opportunity to reflect on my practices in literacy.
Kylie, Literacy leader and Deputy Principal
Very thorough, Great background into the evidence behind the program, hosts very knowledgeable.
Alison, Learning Support
Sandra's passion is to collaboratively work with families and schools to support children in developing their literacy confidence, skills and knowledge. Apart from being an experienced teacher, Sandra has extensive experience in supporting children with additional needs in the private, public and community-based sectors. Sandra is the director of ‘Lasting Lessons’ literacy services in Melbourne.
Lisa Bellman Ansell
Lisa Bellman Ansell is a teacher and intervention specialist at New Gisborne Primary School. She is reading recovery trained and was a firm whole language advocate before returning to study and uncovering the research about explicit sequential phonics. Lisa now teaches using evidence-based methods and is currently completing the rigorous Lettrs training program through DSF SPELD foundation.
Maureen is the creator of Little Learners Love Literacy® and Sound Check. She is passionate that ALL children learn to read, write and spell with confidence. Her teaching experience is extensive in all sectors of education and in many countries - England, Spain, South Africa as well as Australia.
Sarah is a primary school educator with over 17 year’s experience. She has her Masters of Education and has held roles such as classroom teacher, Literacy Coach and Literacy Leader. Sarah has implemented Little Learners Love Literacy at her school and at home with her sons. She is passionate that all children learn to read, write and spell with confidence.
Kiaya is a speech pathologist who has practised in primary schools before joining in the at Little Learners Love Literacy team. Kiaya has a passion for evidence-based instruction and language. She develops new resources at LLLL and works across all areas of the business, bringing her expertise and passion to everything we do.
Alex is Little Learners Love Literacy's publishing manager - developing new resources and professional learning. Like all of the team at LLLL, Alex is passionate that ALL children learn to read, write and spell with confidence. She spends lots of time in classrooms as well as keeping up to date with the latest literacy research to ensure all our resources are the best they can possibly be.
Kate is a Primary trained educator with over 17 years of experience, currently working as Learning Diversity Facilitator at Marist College, Bendigo. Over the last 8 years she has utilised LLLL and other systematic synthetic phonics programs to assist students ranging from Kindergarten to Year 11, in both school and private settings.