Details of the National Conference in Darwain have now been published.
Registrations now open for Darwin!
30 September t0 3 October
Click the link below.
Thanks to the HTAV for these resources:
Save the Date!
The Teach Meet is on again – this time at Campbell HS – Wednesday 18 May 2022.
Come and meet old friends and new friends, share and pick up great teaching ideas!
FREE for members; others $15.00.
Counts as Self-Identified PL hours for TQI.
Come to the National Archives at 4.00PM to see what the Challenge can do for you and your students!
RSvP: The Coordinator
Bigger and Better than ever!
Having survived (we hope) the virus, we have an extensive plan of activites for 2022.
Here are out plans for Terms 1 and 2 alone!
To honour a beloved and admired colleague, the ACT HTA is offering free online registration for this year’s National History Conference in Darwin (see details at historyconference.org.au) for an early career teacher. If you are in your first five years of teaching and have a strong desire to develop your history-teaching skills, then apply by completing this Google Form outlining your experience and commitment to the teaching of History. The successful recipient will also receive 1-year free membership to the ACT HTA.
Dear P-12 teachers, school leaders, community members and history stakeholders
We are a small but passionate and dedicated group of volunteers teachers and school leaders from primary and high schools, colleges and a range of community institutions and local groups. We work together to provide a range of professional learning, resource sharing and strategic networking events for history educators.
Benefits of Joining:
- networking – meet enthusiastic and knowledgable colleagues
- have fun
- learn lots
- hours for TQI!
Our goal is to recognise the value of the subject and profession for all.
The Committee has decided that, in light of Covid-19, memberships purchased in 2020 will cover the period until Jan 2022. Great value – never been a better time to join!
To join your ACT HTA simply complete one of the following –
Contact the Treasurer (Nick) on firstname.lastname@example.org
Pay by card or cash at one of our meetings!
We will add you to the exclusive email lists so you will be aware of everything going on, including members-only PL, networking and new resource launches and much, much more!
What the CAS is offering regional NSW and ACT Schools:
- Activities include a guided walk to the Old Lands End Homestead in Weetangera – at 10.00 am-12.00 noon on Sat 25 May: https://www.canberraarchaeologicalsociety.com.au/oldlandsendwalk.html
- Offer by Canberra archaeologists to visit classes – topics include:
- Indigenous studies
- ‘long history’ of Australia
- archaeology of contemporary societies
- archaeology of European societies.
It’s great that Isabel Dunn at Weetangera PS is soon hosting a visit to her Year 4 class by ANU archaeologists.
It is wonderful to have such a valuable partnership offering to help bring our units of work and fieldwork to life with expertise!
- check out their web site at https://www.canberraarchaeologicalsociety.com.au/
- contact Duncan at the ANU via email Duncan.Wright@anu.edu.au