Our aim to create a supportive network for adult literacy and numeracy practitioners and a space to exchange ideas. TCAL does this by organising events such as conferences, talks, meetings and gatherings that bring together experienced and emerging practitioners from all areas of adult education.
Here you will find information on upcoming events relevant to our industry, including meetings, conferences and professional development opportunities. You can also browse our archive of past events, which includes useful resources such as conference presentations, papers, studies and teaching aids provided by the speakers at the different events.
Four free day-long PD workshops from 26TEN
17 Sept Devonport ACSF Advanced Phillippa McLean
19 Sept Hobart LLN Assessment Phillippa McLean
20 Sept Hobart ACSF Advanced Phillippa McLean
23 Oct Devonport ACSF Intro Harry Atkinson
More information is available at the professional development page of the 26TEN website.
There will be the opportunity for participants to request, prior to the workshop, for particular topics to be covered in the advanced ACSF and assessment workshops.
Square Pegs have a bumper October and November 2018
October is Dyslexia Empowerment Month
7 – 15 Oct Light is Red for Dyslexia Awareness
15 Oct Square Pegs Members Family Picnic
29 Oct Dr Mary Dahlgren: Understanding the How and Why of Sound Walls
12 – 13 Nov Judy Hornigold: Two Day Dyscalculia Workshop for Teachers
14 Nov Judy Hornigold: Maths anxiety and working memory
More information is available on the Square Pegs website.
Browse our past events section for information on conferences and other events hosted by TCAL. This section includes useful resources such as conference presentations, papers, studies and teaching aids provided by the speakers at the different events.
TCAL GENERAL MEETINGS
The TCAL Management Committee will be meeting on the first Thursday of each month on the following dates in 2018:
March 3 (Annual General Meeting)
TCAL is the peak body for adult literacy and numeracy practitioners. We make literacy and numeracy resources available for teaching and learning, and provide opportunities and spaces for practitioners to support each other and exchange ideas.
TCAL is a not for profit association run entirely by volunteers. We rely on membership fees and grants to fund our activities.