HTAV Professional Learning Workshop for History Teachers – Planning and Resourcing your History Teaching - 26 Apr 24
The History Teachers' Regional Summit: Beechworth runs from Friday 26 to Sunday 28 April 2024. This professional learning event is day one of HTAV's three-day History Teachers' Regional Summit in Beechworth. To view the entire Summit program and register for more professional learning, visit: HTAV History Teachers' Regional Summit Full Program - Beechworth.
||Friday 26 April Free Professional Learning Workshop for Practising History Teachers||Register below.|
|DAYS 2 & 3:
||Saturday 27 April Conference Day
Sunday 28 April Historical Site Tours
HTAV invites practising History teachers to a free professional learning workshop afternoon hosted by Beechworth Secondary College. Join HTAV presenters for two workshops that will add to your teacher toolkit, support your curriculum planning, resource ideas and teaching History Levels 7–12.
Friday 26 April 2024
Beechworth Secondary College
85 Balaclava Road, Beechworth VIC 3747
Registrations close Thursday 18 April 2024
HTAV ABN: 44 005 739 239
- Program Flyer (coming soon)
|2.00pm–2.05pm||Welcome and Housekeeping|
Kara Taylor has been teaching History for sixteen years and is a proud Mallee girl. She currently teaches at Irymple Secondary College. Kara’s area of expertise is Australian Aboriginal history and weaving First Nations learning and perspectives into Levels 7–10 Humanities units. Kara has presented at numerous HTAV events and conferences, and provides a range of accessible sources and ideas for teachers. Kara aims to help teachers wherever she can.
Elements of Successful Whole-School History Curriculum Planning
Rosie Cho is the Manager, Education and Consultancy Services at HTAV. With a background in secondary teaching (History and English), and Master of Teaching (USyd) and Master of Education (UniMelb) degrees, Rosie has both practical and theoretical experience which informs her creation and delivery of professional learning for teachers. She is passionate about supporting teachers with resources, knowledge and ideas for their classrooms.
Please note: The views and advice presented at HTAV events are not necessarily the views of HTAV. Teachers should use their professional judgement to decide whether to implement or apply what they learn.
Some presenters may use modified extracts from the Victorian Curriculum F–10. These may include the work of other authors. The VCAA does not endorse nor verify the accuracy of the information provided and accepts no responsibility for incomplete or inaccurate information. You can find the most up to date version of the Victorian Curriculum at victoriancurriculum.vcaa.vic.edu.au.
|Event Location:||Beechworth Secondary College|
|Registrations Open:||25 Jul 23 9:00 AM|
|Registrations Close:||18 Apr 24 11:55 PM|