Event Details

State Library of NSW Macquarie Street
Sydney
2000
Australia

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  • Teacher - Professional Development
  • Teacher - Symposium

2022 History Curriculum Symposium

$198

Member
Ticket

$330

Regular
Ticket

Prices include GST

This conference is primarily aimed at practising history teachers in NSW. It will bring together teachers, historians and education academics to explore the question:

What kind of history do we need in the 2020s?

Sessions will include a keynote address by the celebrated Australian historian Professor Geoffrey Blainey, and an address by Associate Professor Anna Clark (historian of secondary history education and author of the recently published Making Australian History, 2022).

Registrants will benefit from hearing a variety of perspectives on history and the school curriculum. This will assist teachers as they plan and refine their approaches to Stages 4-6 History, design assessment tasks and planfor the upcoming round of discussions surrounding the NSW Curriculum review.

PROGRAM

For more session details, including abstracts and presenter biographies - click on session titles below.

8.15

REGISTRATION: Please arrive before 8.45am

9.00

Welcome and Introduction

9.25

SESSION 1: What should we know about our national past?
Professor Geoffrey Blainey

10.25

MORNING TEA BREAK (20 minutes)

10.45

SESSION 2: Making Australian History - A Conversation with Anna Clark

11.45

3A: Localising histories in the 7-10 Curriculum
Martin Douglas, Corowa High School

3B: Addressing historical and
moral consciousness in our classrooms

Associate Professor Heather Sharp,
University of Newcastle

12.15

LUNCH BREAK (45 minutes)

1.00

SESSION 4: Engaging Authentically with Indigenous Histories
Matt Poll, Australian Maritime Museum

1.40

5A: Teaching History in a Post-Truth World
David Nally, Brigidine College Randwick

5B: Is disciplinary History still relevant
in secondary schools?

Jonathon Dallimore, HTANSW

2.15

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3.15

SESSION 6 (moderated panel discussion): History and History teaching in the 2020s
Professor Michelle Arrow, Macquarie University
Matt Poll, Australian Maritime Museum
Martin Douglas, Corowa High School
Dr Catherine Arends, Ravenswood

 

NESA ACCREDITATION

Completing History Curriculum Symposium will contribute 4 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Accredited PD in the priority area of Delivery and Assessment of NSW Curriculum/EYLF addressing standard descriptor 2.1.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

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