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ONLINE MEETINGS AND EVENTS

HTANSW's online events are conducted through Zoom. System or device requirements to participate in a Zoom meeting are minimal. Full details are available here.

Participants will need a reliable internet connection and a relatively recent computer or device that allows access to a microphone, speaker and video. Mobile device users may need to download a Zoom app before joining a meeting. Ensure that any network or system internet controls allow participation OR use a personal computer.

Members Only: Webinars will be limited to HTANSW members only. A current year HTANSW member number is required for registration.

Capacity: Most online events will have a limited capacity. Every effort will be made to repeat events where there is high demand.

NESA Registration: When an event is NESA endorsed, participants who wish to register NESA accredited hours must provide their NESA number when registering.

 

How to participate in an HTANSW online event:

  1. Register using the appropriate link in the schedule below.
  2. To complete registration you will need a regularly checked email address, a current HTANSW member number and the ability to pay via Credit Card or PayPal (if there is a registration fee).
  3. Once registered, participants will be emailed a link that will allow them to join the meeting at the scheduled time. (Cancel a registration using the link in the registration notification email BEFORE the start of a webinar. There will be no refunds after the event for non-attendance).
  4. Join the meeting at least 10 minutes before the scheduled start time and ensure that your microphone, speaker and video (optional) are working effectively.
  5. Each participant needs to register individually.
  6. To avoid echo, only one microphone should be in use at any location.

 

HTANSW ONLINE EVENTS 2020

14 October 2020 (Wednesday), 4.00-5.00pm CANCELLED
History and Memory: a case study using the recollections of Holocaust Survivors

The contribution of oral history to our understanding of the past cannot be underestimated. In considering such critical primary source material, students must be familiar with both the methods and issues associated with the expression of memories about the past. In this interactive webinar, Sandy Hollis of the Sydney Jewish Museum will explore the way history and memory are intertwined through an in-depth analysis of the recollections of Holocaust survivors. Particular attention will be drawn to practicalities of introducing students to survivor recollections, various ways in which survivors’ testimony might be sensitively analysed, and the many forms in which such recollections might be presented. This session is ideal for those teaching preliminary Modern History, as well as those who engage the Holocaust as a depth study in Stage 5. 

Presenter: Sandy Hollis

CANCELLED

28 October 2020 (Wednesday), 4.00-5.00pm
Introduction to Teaching HSC Modern History

This session is aimed at supporting new or recent teachers of HSC Modern History or those planning to teach the course in the future. While it will present an introductory overview, more experienced teachers may also find it useful. It will offer suggestions for planning, resources, syllabus interpretation, teaching strategies and assessment. 

Presenter: Dr Paul Kiem

REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE
4 November 2020 (Wednesday), 4.00-5.00pm
Teaching Persian Topics for HSC Ancient History

Are you planning your Stage 6 Ancient History Programs?  Would you like to do something different? This Webinar offers programming and teaching ideas for fascinating Persian topics for Year 11 and Year 12. It introduces some of the excellent print and digital resources available for you to build your own knowledge and for students to explore through engaging learning and assessment activities.   ­

Presenter: Kate Cameron

REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE
11 November 2020 (Wednesday), 4.00-5.00pm
Introduction to Teaching Ancient History

This session is aimed at supporting new or recent teachers of HSC Ancient History or those planning to teach the course in the future. While it will present an introductory overview, more experienced teachers may also find it useful. It will offer suggestions for planning, resources, syllabus interpretation, teaching strategies and assessment.

Presenter: Dr Denis Mootz

REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE
18 November 2020 (Wednesday), 4.00-5.00pm
USSR: Political Transformation under Stalin (1928-41)

One of the key areas of content in the Russia/USSR National Study is the political
transformation under Stalin (1928 – 41). This session will explore some of the most important issues relevant to this part of the topic and offer some suggestions for working with HSC-style questions that draw upon this theme.

Presenter: Jonathon Dallimore

REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE
 

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