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Teaching History Symposium - Attend TUESDAY ONLY

Date: Tuesday 09 April 2019
Venue State Library of NSW
Macquarie Street
SYDNEY, NSW 2000
Registration Closes on Monday 01 April 2019
NESA Endorsed Endorsed /
Attendance Rates
Members $160.00
Non-members $270.00
Pre-Service Teacher Members $60.00
Early Career Casual Teacher Members $60.00

(prices inclusive of GST)

Please advise us of any special dietary requirements

Online registrations are now closed for this event

 

NOTE:

  • Multi-day discount is not transferable to different attendees.
  • Subsidised rates for Pre-Service Teachers and Early Career Casual Teachers are only available to current (2019) 'HTANSW Pre-Service Teacher Members' and 'Early Career Casual Teacher Members'.

  • Member rates available to HTA State/Territory affiliates members or AHA. Please use the MANUAL REGISTRATION FORM (above) to register.
  • Cancellations - Please provide minimum of 7 days notice for any cancellations. There will be no refund for cancellations made in the final week (7 days) prior to an event.

 

 

2019 TEACHING SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM

DAY 1  - TUESDAY 9 April

 For more details on each session (including abstracts & presenter profiles, click on the title)

8.15  Registration

9.00

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10.40

Introduction & State Library Resources
Megan Perry, Manager Learning Services, State Library NSW

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Keynote: Evaluating the Legacy of the 1970s/1980s Revolution in History Education
Christine Counsell, Curriculum Consultant and Former Senior Lecturer in Education, University of Cambridge

10.40 Morning Tea
11.15
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12.20

Panel and Discussion: Historical Thinking for History Teachers
Professor Tim Allender, University of Sydney
Associate Professor Anna Clark, University of Technolgy Sydney
Associate Professor Robert Parkes, University of Newcastle

12.30
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1.15

NEW! T1A:
Does 'source work' work?

Dr Paul Kiem
HTANSW & UTS Sydney

T1B:
Handling History: Practical steps for integrating material cultural analysis into history education

Dr Craig Barker,
University of Sydney


T1C:
PRIMARY: Thinking and Understanding in History

David Boon,
Tas DoE & THTA

T1D:
Library Tour

1.15 Lunch
2.00
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2.45

T2A:
Historical Thinking Online

James Goulding,
University of Sydney

T2B: Socrates' Heir: Having student-led conversations with the Harkness Method

Alison Bedford & Emma Kann, 
The Glennie School, Toowooomba QLD

T2C:
PRIMARY: Historical Literacy Guiding Interdisciplinary Units

Maree Whiteley
AISWA & HTAWA

T2D: Library Tour

2.55
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3.40

T3A: Innovative Approaches to the Historical Analysis in Stage 6 Ancient & Modern History

Emily Shanahan
Northern Beaches Christian School

T3B: PANEL - Pre-Service History Teacher Education in NSW

Jonathon Dallimore, UNSW;
James Goulding, University of Sydney

T3C:
PRIMARY - Assessment in Primary History

David Boon,
Tas DoE & THTA

T3D: Library Tour

4.00 Cocktail Reception - Learning Centre

 

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Completing this HTANSW course will contribute 5 hours (each day) of NESA Registered Professional Development addressing standards 3.3.2, 6.3.2 and 7.4.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

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