History Teaching Masterclass: Every Teacher Can Save Time Using Digital Technology! - 18 Aug 22

Using the right digital tools can improve student learning outcomes and streamline assessment, administration and reporting. This masterclass will provide teachers with ideas about using digital technology in ways that save time and help lighten their load.

HTAV’s masterclass series brings you practising teachers and other experts sharing the things they really know about and/or have tested successfully in their setting.

History Teaching Masterclass: Every Teacher Can Save Time Using Digital Technology!
Thursday 18 August 2022, 2.00 pm–4.00 pm
Online via Zoom
Registrations close Tuesday 16 August

This event will be recorded, and registered attendees will be able to access the video for a limited time.

Unable to attend? Please register for the event and we will provide access to the recording and support materials once they are available.

Non HTAV Member $150
HTAV Individual Member $75 50% off the non-member rate
HTAV School Member $98 35% off the non-member rate
HTAV Pre-service Teacher Member $30 80% off the non-member rate

* All prices include GST.

HTAV ABN: 44 005 739 239



Program

1.50 pm – 2.00 pm Attendees log in and get ready to enter the event.
2.00 pm – 2.05 pm Welcome
2.05 pm – 2.50 pm Session 1:
Tools to Support Your Classroom Practice

Craig Nicholls, Melbourne Girls Grammar

Technology is often portrayed as a great time saver, but as you spend hours at your computer it can feel the opposite. This session aims to address this imbalance and look at how technology can save you time as a History teacher. In this workshop, we will investigate three different scenarios you deal with in your role and look at how technology can make your life easier. We will be looking at various tools available and the pedagogy behind using them in your practice.
2.50 pm – 3.00 pm Afternoon break
3.00 pm – 3.45 pm Session 2:
Tools to ‘Hack’ Your Productivity

Steven Kolber, Brunswick Secondary College

This workshop will look at workflow and productivity, with the aim of getting teachers to spend more time doing the things that they love and less time on administrivia. In addition, these tools can also be used to support universal design for teaching neurodiverse students, drawing from the best tools, technologies and techniques of the best teachers in the world.



Event Location: Online
Registrations Open: 30 Jun 22 9:00 AM
Registrations Close: 16 Aug 22 1:00 PM








Sponsors & partners

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