Present at the HTAV 2024 Annual Conference - 1 Aug 24

Join us at the HTAV 2024 Annual Conference – as a Presenter!

HTAV is proud to support History teaching and we invite you to be part of this rewarding opportunity.

Not sure what you would like to present about? Here are some ideas to consider:

There is a unique, warm and welcoming atmosphere when history teachers gather together to share professional learning and networking, catch up with colleagues and then walk away smiling at the end of the day. You can play a valued role by presenting.

Remember, our presenters can also attend other conference sessions on the day/s they are presenting for free!

All presenters must receive approval from their school/college leadership (where applicable) to present and attend this conference PRIOR to submitting their proposal.

We invite you to offer a workshop for the:

HTAV Annual Conference: Changing the Course of History

Thursday 1 - Friday 2 August 2024
Jasper Hotel, 489 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne
Workshop proposals due by Thursday 21 March 2024

All presenters must be prepared to deliver their workshop remotely/online if any restrictions prevent us from running the conference physically at the venue.

Submit your workshop proposal now!

If you would like to discuss your proposed workshop, please do not hesitate to contact Myra Karantzas, Events Manager, via email at m.karantzas@htav.asn.au



Event Location: Jasper Hotel
Registrations Open: 17 Aug 23 11:00 AM
Registrations Close: 21 Mar 24 5:00 PM



Sponsors & partners

  • National History Challenge - Sponsor Logo
  • Education Victoria - Sponsor Logo
  • SOAP sponsor logo

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