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2019 STATE CONFERENCE 26-27 July

University of Sydney, Eastern Avenue Complex
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2019 HTANSW STATE CONFERENCE - 26 & 27 July 2019

Keynote Speakers

Professor Geoff Masters AO, Australian Council for Educational Research
Professor Sheila Fitzpatrick, University of Sydney
Dr Marco Duranti, University of Sydney
Dr Estelle Lazer, Universities of Sydney & NSW
Professor Lyndall Ryan AM FAHA, University of Newcastle, NSW
Professor Stephen Hodkinson, University of Nottingham, UK

Professor Hodkinson's visit to Australia has been generously supported by

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HTANSW would also like to acknowledge the support of the
Centre for Classical and Near Eastern Studies of Australia

2019 Teaching History Symposium

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 At this event, visiting British history educator Christine Counsell will present a Keynote Address and Workshop.

Christine's visit to Australia has been generously supported by Academy Travel. 
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 HTA also acknowledges the support of the State Library of NSW.

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DATES: 9-10 April 2019
VENUE: State Library of NSW

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Historical Thinking for History Teachers
Tim Allender, Anna Clark and Robert Parkes (eds).

An edited collection surveying the nature of Australian history teaching today at both the primary and secondary level.

Allen & Unwin, 2019, RRP AU$59.99

Special Offer for HTA Members, 15% discount and free postage
(Aust & NZ only).
Use Promo Code: SAVE15

 

 

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Ancient Egypt
Study Tour
January 2020

Accredited PD for
Modern History teachers

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Immerse your students in the past with excursions across our historic houses & museums

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National Museum of Australia
Classroom Resources