to all the P-12 teachers, educators, school and community partners and leaders,
even the 4 students (yes, that’s right – students attended the full conference sharing their voices, ideas and visions for Australia!),
who attended and made the HTAA National Conference People, Power and Perspectives
2-4 October 2018 in CANBERRA
Educational, inspiring and wonderful!
The diversity of local, national, regional and international speakers, sharing their visions for developing the teaching of History while also providing incredibly useful resources, units of work, exhibitions and connections
was inspiring and empowering!
Thank you again to our fantastic sponsors who assisted in a range of ways, to those that made the journey across the country (and globe!), to everyone who came, and especially to the organising committee and volunteers – your work, energy and passion was appreciated!
Bettany Hughes is an award-winning historian, author and broadcaster who has devoted the last 30 years to the vital communication of history and ideas. She is the recipient of the Norton Medlicott Medal for History, has been made a DfO of Oxford University for services to the academic and public outreach work of the University and in 2018 will be given Europe’s Helena Vaz da Silva Award for Raising Public Awareness of Cultural Heritage.
George Megalogenis is an author and journalist with more than three decades’ experience in the media. The Australian Moment won the 2013 Prime Minister’s Literary Award for Non-fiction and the 2012 Walkley Award for Non-fiction, and formed the basis for his ABC documentary series Making Australia Great.