We are pleased to announce, on behalf of Ann Parry the President of the ACT HTA and Conference Convenor, that registration is now live!
(Or, if you’re an early career teacher apply for the Hilary Brettell Scholarship)
We have a Summarised Conference Program available. We are excited to have a stellar lineup of keynotes from the UK’s Professor Alice Roberts to Australia’s very own Professor Frank Bongiorno and Richard Fidler, with more exciting keynotes to be announced soon.
There will also be 35 engaging and diverse papers by academics and educators from across Australia. There are a significant number of sessions that cover Australian Curriculum V9 changes, in particular Year 7 and Year 9. There is also content suitable for seniors (11-12). Watch this space for a full Program soon!
The registration fee for the Conference does not include the evening events, however, all are welcome to attend and tickets for these events will be available shortly.
Here’s a taster of what to expect!
· Tuesday evening – Welcome Reception at Floriade
· Wednesday evening – Cocktails in the House with Barrie Cassidy at Old Parliament House
· Thursday evening – Conference Dinner with Richard Fidler (journalist and author) at the National Museum of Australia
The Conference venue for Wednesday 4 and Thursday 5 of October is at the Canberra Theatre Centre, Playhouse.
Canberra Theatre Centre Playhouse
The Conference Venue for Friday 6 October is at the Australian National University, Kambri Cultural Centre.About – KambriWe look forward to welcoming you to the Conference.
Applications for the 2023 Hillary Brettell Scholarship are now open!!!!
If you are an early career educator (first 5 years of teaching) and interested in participating in this year’s History Teachers Association of Australia’s National Conference, the ACT HTA is now accepting nominations for the Hilary Brettell Scholarship. This scholarship is in honour of our late esteemed colleague and past President of the ACT History Association.
This year’s conference will be held in Canberra from the 4-6 October, 2023. The 2023 focus for the National Conference is Contested Histories – https://www.historyconference.org.au/
The ACT History Teachers Association will provided the following to FOUR early career educators:
- Registration to all 3 days of the conference, including the conference’s Gala Dinner.
- Individual Association Membership for 2024, with the expectation that recipient/s continue to support the ACT HTA the following year.
For further info visit: https://www.acthta.com.au/hilary-brettell-scholarship/
The Australian Capital Territory History Teachers Association (ACTHTA) is the 2023 Conference Convenor for the History Teachers’ Association of Australia (HTAA) National Conference in Canberra.
Several Conference ticket options are available so delegates can choose their own adventure and attend 2 Conferences, 1 Conference, or 1 day of either Conference.
A rich social program enables you to choose events to your Canberra experience, including:
Visit https://www.historyconference.org.au/ for more information!