Explicit Instruction Workshop with Dr Lorraine Hammond – Parramatta – 14th August

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Friday, 14th August 2015

From 8.15 am to 3.30pm

Parramatta R.S.L.

Professional Development Workshop with Dr Lorraine Hammond

What is Explicit Instruction? A Practical Guide


Currently, many schools across Australia are taking up and instruction-centred approach called Explicit Teaching. Some of these high performing schools have been featured in the media and in reports ( because they add value to student learning and in some instances “out perform” their post code.

The purpose of this session is to clarify what Explicit Instruction is and is not. by providing an overview of the theory behind the Explicit Teaching Model participants will be able to identify the essential elements of an Explicit Teaching lesson.

Explicit Instruction is a “Tier 1” Response to Intervention and participants will view videos of early years and primary school teachers demonstrating Explicit Instruction as a measure to prevent literacy based learning difficulties. A sample lesson will be provided in this practical workshop for participants to try in their classroom.

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SPELD NSW Members $225 p.p

Non Members $255 p.p

Students $90 p.p

Morning Tea and Lunch Provided.


CLICK HERE to download the PDF Flyer – More information about the Workshop and Dr Lorraine Hammond.


CLICK HERE to download a hardcopy registration form



SPELD NSW would like to help send Learning Support Teachers to our Professional Development Days. Please email a short paragraph to on how your attendance will help students with special needs. If you would like to discuss this further please contact the Executive Officer on 02 9739 6277 or the above email.




Completing Dr. Lorraine Hammond’s PD day will contribute six hours and thirty minutes of QTC Registered PD addressing 1.2.2, 1.3.2, 1.5.2, 1.6.2, 2.1.2, 2.2.2, 2.5.2, 3.5.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.