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Teaching History Symposium - Attend WEDNESDAY ONLY

Date: Wednesday 10 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 Member $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 2 - WEDNESDAY 10 April 2019

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

8.15  Registration, Coffee & Tea

9.00
-
10.40

Introduction
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WORKSHOP SESSION:
What happens to pupils' historical thinking when they know more and how do we make it happen?.... Transforming pupils' access to challenging history through attention to substantive knowledge

Christine Counsell, Curriculum Consultant and Former Senior Lecturer in Education, University of Cambridge

10.40

 Morning Tea

11.15
-
12.10

Every Picture Tells a Story

Richard Neville, Mitchell Librarian and Director Education & Scholarship, State Library

12.20
-
1.05

W1A:
First Australians - Indigenous Priority

Dr Rosalie Triolo,
Monash University & HTAV

W1B:
Close Encounters - Out of Classroom Learning Experiences

Catherine Bavell,
Sydney Girls' HS

W1C: Practice what you preach? Teacher Professional Learning & planning for growth

Melissa Riley,
University of Tasmania

W1D:
Library Tour

1.05 Lunch
1.50
-
2.35

W2A: Is Australian History Boring?

Paddy Lunney,
Sydney Girls' HS

W2B: Historical Consciousness in Teachers and Students - History Extension & the writings of Jörn Rüsen

Barry Smith,
Waverley College & University of Newcastle

W2C:
Cognitive Apprenticeship - A praxis-driven approach in empowering preservice teachers to successfully teach history

Dr Emma Shaw,
University of Newcastle

W2D:
Library Tour



 
2.45
-3.40

Panel and Discussion: Impressions, Suggestions, Questions
Christine Counsell, Dr Rosalie Triolo, Maree Whiteley, Jonathon Dallimore

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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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