Sponsors and Exhibitors

Our conference exhibitors have partnered with HTAV because they value what you do and want to connect with you. The financial contribution from these partners enables us to keep your conference registrations fees down while still providing the quality you have come to expect from an HTAV event. You can help HTAV, and our generous sponsors and partners, by enquiring about their programs, services and products to find out whether they can help you.

On behalf of the History teachers of Victoria, we would like to thank all the sponsors and exhibitors for their support.

Culture is Life is an Aboriginal-led not-for-profit organisation. We believe that all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young peoples have the right to thrive and flourish—strong in knowing who they are, where they come from and who they are connected to.

Our Aboriginal-led and co-designed educational materials, training and tools aim to increase awareness and better understanding of our nation’s true history and work to ensure Aboriginal cultural content, values and approaches to wellbeing are a core part of Australian education.

The Australian Wars is a ground-breaking three-part documentary series that gives voice to the longest and perhaps most defining war on this soil, which established the Australian nation.

Culture is Life has produced extensive curriculum-aligned resources for Levels 10–12, freely accessible on Culture is Life’s website and SBS Learn, including essential considerations for teachers before, during and after delivering the curriculum in the classroom.

Teachers can freely access the resources at theaustralianwars.com and subscribe to Culture is Life to receive emails for upcoming professional development webinars and a refreshed resource launch.

Eureka Centre is a place of discovery where students can deepen their understanding of the social and cultural impact of the Victorian goldrush and the stories of men and women who risked their lives in the fight for miners’ rights.

We provide teachers and students with tools and experiences to explore Australia's colonial history as well as the evolution of democracy in Australia. We offer a range of onsite education experiences, perfect for excursions and school camps, and also online programs delivered virtually to your classroom.

See our full list of programs and book online at www.eurekacentreballarat.com.au/education.


HTAV Member Resources

HTAV is committed to fostering an outstanding professional community that meets the challenges of teaching and learning History in a dynamic environment.

Our aim is to support History teachers and educators in developing the necessary skills, knowledge, and values to be creative, responsible and effective in their profession. We strive to ensure that History is the most enlivening, memorable, and formative learning in which students engage.

HTAV advocates for the discipline of History in schools and the expertise and commitment of History teachers.

HTAV Publishing

HTAV Publishing is a not-for-profit educational publisher based in Australia. History is all we do, so we have developed deep expertise in this field. HTAV Publishing collaborates with our members to create diverse educational materials such as textbooks, study and exam guides, teaching resources, sample exams and digital resources. We aim to provide comprehensive support to teachers to encourage excellence in the teaching and learning of History.

The full range of publications is available through the HTAV Shop.
anzuk education
Cambridge University Press and Assessment
The Canberra Experience
Connecting Cultures
Eureka Centre Ballarat
Kryal Castle
Latitude Group Travel
Matilda Education
Medieval Education
Museums Victoria
National Archives of Australia
The National Trust of Australia (Victoria)
Old Treasury Building Museum
Oxford University Press
Penguin Books (Friday only)
Robert Menzies Institute
Sovereign Hill
State Library Victoria

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Sponsors & partners

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

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