2022 HTAV Annual Conference – Thank you!

Long after the 2022 HTAV Annual Conference came to a close, the feelings are still strong for those who attended and shared in the physical reunion of our outstanding History teaching community.

Teachers experienced two conference days filled with high-quality professional learning, positivity, good cheer and so much rewarding networking.

HTAV takes this opportunity to express our sincerest appreciation to all the school leaders for supporting their staff by approving their time release and funding so they could attend, especially in a year when schools are once again enduring such challenges.

If the evaluation feedback is anything to go by, the enrichment from the professional learning that teachers took back to your schools, and the boost to their energy and motivation, were priceless.

Here's what teachers had to say when asked to share the ‘best’ things about conference:

  • HTAV offers the best PD out there. You can attend the conference one day and walk into your classroom and apply practical strategies that support and enhance the learning of students the next.
  • I felt affirmed about so many of the things I am doing – and I left with the confidence to try a few new things.
  • The incredible wealth of knowledge from colleagues and peers, learning from them all, what a joy!
  • I just want to thank HTAV and all the amazing presenters who are part of our wonderful community of history teachers. It feels so empowering to be surrounded by people who educate with such passion and champion the value of our subject!

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