The Australian Government has introduced a new national test called LANTITE (Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education Students), which is run by ACER (Australian Council for Educational Research). If you are a student in an 'initial teacher education' (ITE) course that qualifies you as someone that teaches, you must pass the test prior to graduation to prove that you have the literacy and numeracy skills to become a teacher.
All students who commenced an ITE course from 1st January 2017 onwards must pass LANTITE to graduate.
The following selection of Linkedin Learning courses cover literacy and numeracy tests that may have common content with the LANTITE test. Please note: these courses are recommended for practice and revision purposes only.
Access Linkedin Learning from your student portal.
Academic Skills Centre Blackboard Support & Workshops
For more LANTITE support, and information on literacy and numeracy workshops, visit Blackboard, select Academic Skills--> School Specific Resources--> School of Education--> LANTITE
LANTITE Resources in the ECU Library
A range of resources to help you improve your literacy and numeracy skills:
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