About the Language Teachers Association of the Northern Territory

The Language Teachers Association of the Northern Territory is a professional teachers association for Language teachers. LTANT aims to promote importance of language education in schools, including Indigenous and community languages. LTANT promotes communication and cooperation between languages teachers and facilitates study and research on language teaching pedagogy and community engagement.

The Objectives of LTANT

  • To promote the teaching and learning of languages

  • To provide opportunities to strengthen networks and professional identity through moderation, collaboration and sharing of ideas.

  • To seek improvement of the curriculum by advocating and cooperating with relevant institutions.

  • To be a voice for language teaching in the NT.

  • To provide learning opportunities for teachers to improve their practice and achieve better outcomes for their students.



  • Professional Development

  • Teach Meets

  • Latest developments in language teaching education

  • Updates of events and publications

  • 4 issues per annum of Babel, journal of the AFMLTA

  • Promoting student activities

  • Accessing grants for teachers

  • Representing teachers through our peak body AFMLTA (national language teachers association)

  • Great collegiate support and networking

Upcoming Events

  • LTANT 2022 Annual Conference
    Fri, 09 Dec
    CDU - Blue 2A
    09 Dec, 8:15 am – 3:15 pm
    CDU - Blue 2A, Ellengowan Dr, Casuarina NT 0810, Australia
    The Language Teachers’ Association of the Northern Territory (LTANT) with the support of the Professional Teachers’ Association of the NT and Charles Darwin University invite all language teachers of the Northern Territory to the LTANT Conference of 2022.


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