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Anticipate! Appreciate! Applaud! The Short List Professional Development Conference

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Completing Anticipate! Appreciate! Applaud! The CBCA Shortlist will contribute 5 hours and 45 minutes of NESA Registered PD addressing 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

 

This key one-day Professional Development Conference aims to: Enhance your knowledge of current quality literature Connect Geography and Literacy - Highlight information texts that support the NSW Geography K-10 Curriculum - Celebrate the 2018 announcement of the CBCA Short List.

Key Note Speaker: James Roy
Additional Speakers: Jackie French & Bruce Whatley

Short list PanelOliver Phommavanh, Helen Chebatte, Paul Macdonald, Cathie Tasker, Joanne Potter.

Speaker Bios

Conference theme: Connecting Geography and Literacy: finding the treasure in story.

2018 Program
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All inquiries to CBCA NSW Branch Inc or download the flyer here.

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Children's Book Council of Australia NSW Branch acknowledges the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund for supporting this project.

THANK YOU to our supporting publishers

Allen & Unwin Book Publishers Copyright Agency Reading Australia HarperCollins Children's Books
Magabala  Books Penguin Random House Scholastic
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  . . . and THANK YOU to our bookseller

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CBCA NSW Branch Inc. Program - Anticipate! Appreciate! Applaud!
The CBCA Short List Professional Development Conference 2018

8.30 - 8.55

 Registration and Browse the Bookshop & Trade Fair

 

8.55 - 9.00

 Opening Welcome                           

 Acknowledgement of Country – Gail Erskine, President CBCA NSW Branch Inc


9.00 - 9.30

 Keynote Speaker … speaking to his celebrated literary title One Thousand Hills written in collaboration
 with Noël Zihabamwe 

 James Roy Award-winning Children’s and YA Author


9.30 - 10.30

 Shortlist Panel Discussion—Part I         Age Categories

 Early Childhood: Cathie Tasker, Specialist in genre & children's fiction and literary award judge

 Younger Readers: Oliver Phommavanh, Children's author, comedian and primary school teacher

 Older Readers: Helen Chebatte, YA author and actor

10.30 - 10.50

 Morning Tea and Browse the Bookshop & Trade Fair

10.50 - 11.00

 Copyright Agency’s Reading Australia: Wendy Bean Education consultant


11.00 - 11.40

 Shortlist Panel Discussion—Part II

 Picture Books: Paul Macdonald, Bookseller and award-winning teacher

 Eve Pownall: Joanne Potter, Children's and Young Peoples Librarian, Ku-ring-gai Council


11.40 – 12.00

 

 Preview of 2018 Events and Activities: CBCA NSW Branch Inc.

 Introduce and acknowledge the creators in the audience

 The 2018 Book Week Merchandise

12.00 - 12.15

 

 

12.15 - 12.30

 ANNOUNCEMENT: CBCA BOOK OF THE YEAR 2018 SHORT LIST

 Megan Lavender CBCA NSW Branch Inc. Board Director Applaud! the Short List

 

 Reflection Workshop: Critically compare panellists’ shortlists to actual Short List

 

   12.30 - 1.15

 Lunch and Browse the Bookshop & Trade Fair

1.15 - 1.30

 Connecting Geography and Literacy: finding the treasure in story

 Liz Bowring Teacher-Librarian, Author and CBCA NSW Branch committee member

1.30 - 1.55

 The World as Text: The case for fiction, picture books, graphic novels and biographies in teaching secondary
 
Geography: Bill Cohen Teacher Librarian, Asquith Girls High School

1.55 - 2.25

 Publisher Perspective - Connecting Geography and Literacy: Place and Sustainability

 HarperCollins Children’s Books:  Jackie French

2.25 - 2.55

 Publisher Perspective - Connecting Geography and Literacy: Place and Sustainability

 Scholastic Australia: Bruce Whatley with Jackie French

2.55 - 3.05

 Connecting Geography and Non-fiction: finding the treasure in our past Eve Pownall Short Lists

 Liz Bowring

3.05 - 3.30

 Afternoon Tea and Browse the Bookshop & Trade Fair

3.30 - 3.45

 Allen and Unwin – featured Author Wai Chim & Educational Marketing Coordinator Carolyn Walsh                           

3.45 - 4.00

 Susanne Gervay on her title Elephants Have Wings

4.00 - 4.15

 Penguin Random House – featured Author Tim Harris & Marketing and Publicity Director Dot Tonkin

4.15 - 4.45

 Publisher Perspective - Connecting Geography and Literacy: Place and Sustainability

 Magabala Books: Anna Moulton Chief Executive Officer

4.45 - 5.00

 

Find

Your Treasure

 Lucky Door Prize and Raffle Draw.                                                               Please complete Evaluation

CBCA NSW Branch Inc thanks you for attending the

 Anticipate! Appreciate! Applaud!

The CBCA Short List Professional Development Conference.

Please celebrate Book Week with us at our Kids Book of the Year event on
Friday 17 August 2018

Venue: NSW Teachers Federation Conference Centre, Sydney.