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**IMPORTANT UPDATE**

HTANSW has developed a number of online opportunities to support teachers and students during the COVID-19 situation. We look forward to reaching you in our newly designed digital platforms.

 

HTANSW Professional Learning Webinars

A series of professional learning webinars have been developed for late Term I and early Term II. Further webinars will be added during Term II. These webinars will be Member Only events (School or Individual members). There will be a limited capacity but the webinars may be repeated to meet demand. All webinars will be NESA accredited. Details and registration at: http://www.htansw.asn.au/online-meeting-events

HTANSW Student Webinars

A series of student webinars have been developed for late Term I. Further webinars will be added during Term II. These webinars will be open to all. Capacity will be limited but popular webinars may be repeated. Details and registration at:
http://www.htansw.asn.au/student-webinars


HTANSW Resources

A new Resources page is being developed. It will eventually offer a variety of quality resources, some recycled and some newly created, to support most areas of secondary history: http://www.htansw.asn.au/htansw-resources

 

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The Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG (centre), Keynote Speaker at the 2019 Adelaide National Conference with current HTANSW President Robyn McKenzie (2nd from R) and past Presidents Denis Mootz, Kate Cameron and Toni Hurley (L to R)


The History Teachers' Association of NSW seeks to promote the study and teaching of History and to provide professional support for those working in the area of History education.

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Accredited PD for 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
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