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2022 Call for Workshops Now Open!

11 Oct 21

Add to your professional development, evidence the Teacher Standards and present for HTAV.

We are now accepting workshop proposals for our main conferences in 2022. Click on the links for more information and to submit your proposal (multiple submissions are welcome):

VCE History Conference
Workshop proposals are due by: Monday 15 November 2021
Conference Date: Friday 25 February 2022
This conference will be held online.

HTAV Annual Conference (theme to be confirmed)
Workshop proposals are due by: Wednesday 16 March 2022
Conference Dates: Thursday 28 – Friday 29 July 2022
Venue: Q Events by Metropolis, 113 Queen Street, Melbourne

Do you have an activity, unit of work or pedagogical idea that has worked well in your classroom? Or have you built up your historical knowledge about a particular aspect of the curriculum? Would you like to share it with other teachers?

Whether you have or have not yet presented for HTAV previously, we would be delighted to receive your proposal.

Presenting for HTAV is a rewarding experience and adds to a presenter's own professional development. Presenters also value the feedback they receive from colleagues.

All presenters attend the rest of the conference for free on the day they are presenting.

Please share this information with anyone in your network who might also be interested in presenting.

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