This event is exclusively for people aged 0 years and over. It becomes challenging for facilitators to keep the group engaged when younger attendees are present. We appreciate your understanding. Regardless of the event's age restrictions, children under 12 years must always be accompanied by an adult.
Raising Children In More Than One Language
11:00 AM Friday 28th May 2021
Join us for a session with John Hajek from Melbourne University to learn more about the benefits of bi(or tri)lingualism and tips and resources for managing this complexity at home and in education settings.
Parents, expectant parents, caregivers, extended family & educators are all welcome.
Zoom details will be emailed to you prior to the event.
This is an online event! Please attend using your internet connected computer or mobile.
The event's URL will be delivered to your email inbox before commencement.
Notes & Requirements
An internet-connected device with access to Zoom will be required. Please ensure your Zoom display name matches the name on your booking. You will need to download the Zoom app onto your phone, tablet or computer and join the meeting using the credentials above. You may also select if you would like to join the meeting via Audio or Video. Our online programs aim to create an online place to meet and connect. Please abide by our rules for online engagement: Please do not share this workshop link with anyone else. Be kind and courteous. No hate speech or bullying. Respect everyones privacy. Stay on topic. Keep yourself mute and use the raise hand option when you want to ask a question or comment. The workshop will be moderated by a librarian who will check the names of those entering the workshop. We look forward to seeing you there, Casey Cardinia Libraries
This is a Library has Legs Cranbourne program, supported by Communities for Children. Communities for Children is funded by the Australian Government and our facilitating partner is Windermere.
Please log in with your library credentials to reserve your place at this event. You may also book by phone or at your nearest library.