Speaker presentations

Session files will be added here as they become available.

Most files are supplied as PowerPoint and then converted to PDF unless otherwise noted.


Thanks to those speakers who have offered their resources and ideas.


A1 Progressing the Foundation Skills Strategy for Adults (Wing-Yin Chan Lee, Anita Roberts, Louise Wignall)


A2 EAL Teaching resource - Fish Forever (Meg Cotter and Anne McLaughlin)


B1 What is FSAT? Just another acronym to add to the list or is it more? (Dave Tout)


B2 Learn Locals working with business (Judy Bowman and Carolyn Goode)


B3 Using Moodle (Hilary Dolan and Gilda Alavuk)

plus B3 reference list


C1 Don't forget the numeracy in LLN (Dave Tout)

plus Dave's numeracy resource list


C2 Facilitating LLN skills in informal work-based learning (Debbie Sperandio)


C3 Higher Order Thinking Skills and the Adult Learner (Rhonda Raisbeck)

plus Planning Grid


C4 Getting Beginners to write – using formative assessment (Natalie Nawrocki and Ana Paula Balica)


D1 Why e-learning is in need of a facelift (Daniella Mayer and Tracey Amman)

This is a blog created specifically for the session.


D2 Measurement skills for work (Tina Berghella)


D3 Sing for your English (Sharon Duff and Carmel Davies)


Conference displays

The Bookery

The Bookery logoAustralia’s largest English and literacy bookshop. Call us on (03) 84179500.

The Parliament of Victoria

Parliament of Victoria logoprovides a range of educational programs and resources including school tours.



Multifangled logoPractical and hands on literacy and numeracy resources

Page TurnersShort, easy-to-read stories designed by experienced teachers to suit the needs of adults learning to read.


ANHLC logo The peak body for the Neighbourhood House and learning Centre Sector in Victoria



VALBEC logoActive, Informed, Committed Practitioners