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There are statistics that show a lot of challenges in online education and this is why this section of our association’s website will provide you with some tips and strategies so we can all get better at this.

We will focus here on:
VATS resources for remote learning  and some adds on from national and international counterparts to support your proactive in this online venture. Please, be self-aware of your capacity. We all have varied skills, you do have skills!

Let’s self regulate, keep calm and keep teaching!

We would highly recommend you to check the following two videos in order to breath a little bit and make sure that you are self-aware and self-regulated on your moving-to-elearning journey: 

Learning to Learn Online 21’. Kathryn Murphy-Judy (Virginia Commonwealth University) provides advice to help postsecondary learners get the most out of their current reality of learning remotely.

How to move online in a Hurry 25’. Christopher Hromalik, Onondaga Community College (NY), provides reassurance to take the pressure off yourself and think of these first weeks as creating emergency sub plans: likely not your best teaching, but definitely helpful and comforting to your students to keep the learning happening. Each week, students and instructors alike will improve and can start to use more technologies to teach online in more effective ways.

 Specific support:

1. Moving to e-learning: contains step-by-step instructions on how to set up the following digital resources and how to communicate with your students and families access to learning.

a) GOOGLE CLASSROOM for teaching and learning planning (assessment and tracking of student learning progress); and, 

b) Zoom for classroom-like interactions, guided learning and explicit teaching.

2. Tools and strategies for remote learning contains advice to kick start your online learning program, considerations for effective student-centered practices, resources to be selected strategically in order to develop modes of communication, ideas to promote the SEL curriculum online within our language programs and more resources!

3. Live Webinar: Support for remote learning Webinar. Wednesday 22 April 2020 from 18:00 - 19:30. Curriculum and planning and advice on moving to remote learning. Slides and recording from the session are now available.
4. Live Webinar: CLIL with Lil - Ideas to support your integrated program during remote learning. Saturday 25 April 2020 from 14:00 - 16:00
Recording of the session now available. 
Individualised support. Google classroom available after individual discussion. Please, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for personalised support.

For any urgent support, reach us on 0420561062.

General Enquiries and event registration

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Contact person: Mr Carlos Franco

Contact Phone - Mobile: 0420  561 062


​The high impact teaching strategies (HITS) are 10 instructional practices that reliably increase student learning when they're applied.

HITS have emerged from the findings of tens of thousands of studies on what has worked in classrooms across Australia and the world. International experts often rank HITS at the top of strategies that contribute to student learning.


Improve your teaching

Tools to help analyse and improve your (PTP) professional teaching practice.​

For teachers

Working at Victorian primary and secondary schools

Language schools and Tertiary Education Institutions 

For program implementation

For students

Beginners level

Primary and junior secondary school level

Working at Victorian primary and secondary schools

To work at Victorian schools, teachers must be registered with the Victorian Institute of Teaching. More information at Registering as a teacher

Applications for government schools position are via Recruitment Online

Both government and independent schools usually advertise available positions at seek.com.au


Language schools and Tertiary Education Institutions such TAFE, Colleges and University usually have their own application requirement in response to their own profiles for candidates

Victorian State Government – DET Language Teaching Resources

Spanish in the Victorian Curriculum overview and curriculum area advice

Victorian Certificate of Education: Spanish VCE

Create your own blog account in seconds at Global 2 is supported by Victorian DET


Access work programs and resources at our online platform

Curriculum support: curriculum continuums, essential learnings and theme-based scope and sequence based on the Victorian Curriculum

Lesson plans, flascards, craftsheets, resources, songs and readers at Spanishkidstuff

Level-based readers for your students at Reading A-Z

Beginners level

Access free resources for teachers and students at Languages Online: Spanish

El Centro virtual Cervantes offers Mi mundo en palabras. Un material interactivo para aprender vocabulario de un modo lúdico, diseñado para niños de 7 a 9 años que empiezan a estudiar español.

Junta de Castilla y León has interactives resources suitable for junior years at Bosque de actividades

Search at https://www.bbc.com/bitesize for Spanish at varied levels

Risas y sonrisas offers a Multi-sensory • Multi-grade (K-5) • Multi-media Flexible, comprehensive, user-friendly curriculum


Primary and junior secondary school level

Rockalingua offers original interactive games, songs, worksheets and other tools for making Spanish for kids fun and are designed to assist parents and teachers with kids learning Spanish

Oye language skills divides their resources in beginners, intermediate and advance levels in response to levels of commencement in year 7.

Resources, songs and readers at Spanishkidstuff


The ”Language variation and intercultural knowledge" session aims at unpacking the curriculum components required to be implemented within your language program. In alignment with the reflection, language variation and change and role of language and culture sub-strands of the Victorian Curriculum, this event also provides participants with an opportunity to explore cultural elements from various countries where Spanish is spoken. We will examine linguistic components through the identification of themes and topics connected with cultural artefacts and multinational manifestations of the Arts, music, dance, cooking and traditions to guarantee a viable curriculum that incorporates artefacts and intercultural knowledge and understanding.

Registrations will open by the end of week 2 Term 3