Above: The Carringbush Business Centre where the HTAV office is situated.

The History Teachers' Association of Victoria is committed to fostering an outstanding professional community which meets the challenges of the teaching and learning of history in a dynamic environment. It pursues this goal within the state of Victoria, throughout Australia and internationally.

The HTAV seeks to ensure that History teachers and other educators have the skills, knowledge and values necessary to work in a creative, responsible and effective manner. It promotes life-long learning and respect for the discipline of History in the community.

The HTAV is an organisation of people interested in history, at all levels. The History Teachers' Association of Victoria was founded by a group of teachers and was incorporated in Melbourne in 1980. It currently has four executive board members, eight non-executive board members and eleven members of staff.

The aim of the HTAV is to promote the teaching of history. Board meetings of the Association are held each month during the school year in the office located at Suite 105, 134-136 Cambridge St, Collingwood.

The Association has two ongoing publications: Agora, the triannual journal, available electronically and in hard-copy, and the Member Bulletin, an electronic newsletter. Both publications provide members with the latest information relevant to the teaching of history. Membership of the HTAV is highly recommended and a great way to keep up to date with professional development.

Events Calendar

Sponsors & partners

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  • National History Challenge - Sponsor Logo
  • Education Victoria - Sponsor Logo

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and Traditional Custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work. The HTAV Office is located on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. These lands were never ceded. We pay our respect to their ancestors and Elders, past and present.

Please note: Members of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities should be aware that the HTAV website may include images or names of people now deceased.