Teaching VCE History in 2022 - 18 Nov 21

This event is aimed at pre-service teachers, people who are teaching VCE History for the first time, and teachers who feel they would like more guidance with the VCE History Study Design 2022–2026. Participants will be advised on how best to prepare to teach Revolutions (Units 3 & 4), Australian History (3 & 4), Ancient History (1–4), Modern History (1 & 2) and Empires (1 & 2) in 2022.

Included in your registration is the opportunity to attend a bonus session with Gerry Martin, VCAA Curriculum Manager for History and Civics, who will provide a preview of the changes to all VCE History Examinations.


Thursday 18 November 2021, 1.00 pm – 4.50 pm
Online via Zoom
Please note this event is NOT being recorded

Registrations close Friday 12 November 2021.

HTAV Membership Category Price * Discount
Non-HTAV member $124
Individual teacher member $62 50% off
School/Organisation member $80 35% off
Pre-service Teacher Member $25 80% off


* GST included.

HTAV ABN: 44 005 739 239



Program

Preparing for the Event

If you did not register for the HTAV/VCAA VCE History Study Design 2022–2026 Implementation Sessions held earlier this year, please ensure you view the recordings so that you are fully briefed before attending this event.

VCAA Implementation Session Recordings

12.55pm – 1.00pm Attendees log in and get ready to enter the event
1.00pm – 1.05pm Welcome and Housekeeping
Dr Deb Hull, HTAV Executive Officer
1.05pm – 1.45pm Session 1: VCAA’s Frequently Asked Questions
Gerry Martin, Curriculum Manager (History and Civics), Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA)

In this session Gerry will answer a series of Frequently Asked Questions about VCE History and provide advice on implementing the study design.
1.45pm – 1.55pm Short break
HTAV booklisting Gold Pass prize winner announced.
2.00pm – 3.00pm

Session 2: VCE History Units 3 and 4
Each session includes:

  • An overview of the course: brief content and skills summary
  • Key resources for the classroom
  • Advice on assessment tasks
  • Ways of developing and assessing historical thinking skills

Choose from one of the following sessions:

A VCE Units 3 and 4: Revolutions
Ian Lyell, Camberwell Girls Grammar School
B VCE Units 3 and 4: Australian History
Bill Lewis, Haileybury
C VCE Units 3 and 4: Ancient History
Luke Cashman, Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School
3.05pm – 4.05pm

Session 3: VCE History Units 1 and 2
Each session includes:

  • An overview of the course: brief content and skills summary
  • Key resources for the classroom
  • Advice on assessment tasks
  • Ways of developing and assessing historical thinking skills.

Choose from one of the following sessions:

A VCE Units 1 and 2: Modern History
Stephanie Murphy, Education Consultant
B VCE Units 1 and 2: Empires
Lucy Jongebloed, Melbourne Girls Grammar
C VCE Units 1 and 2: Ancient History
Diana Di Conza, St Francis Xavier College
4.15pm – 4.50pm The VCE History Examinations 2022–2026: VCAA Preview
Gerry Martin, Curriculum Manager (History and Civics), VCAA

The reaccredited VCE History Study Design will be implemented in schools in 2022. This session will give a detailed explanation of the changes to the VCE History Examinations 2022–2026 including, the VCAA VCE History Examination Specifications, types and range of questions, sample questions and how examination papers will vary from one year to the next.
There will be an opportunity for Q&A at the end of the session from 4.50pm-5.00pm.


If you or your institution have an HTAV membership PLEASE LOG IN first to receive member pricing, then return to the Professional Learning Calendar to register.

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.



Event Location: Online
Registrations Open: 3 Sep 21 9:00 AM
Registrations Close: 12 Nov 21 12:00 PM







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