The latest edition of the History Teachers' Association of Australia's latest e-Bulletin is now available online at www.historyteacher.org.au. Read More…
Visiting lecturer Professor of Egyptology at the University of Milan, Dr Patrizia Piacentini will speak
about “Archaeological excavation and archives as tools for helping us understand the Ancient World”.
The lecture will illustrate the manner in which evidence from both archaeological excavations and from archival material is recovered and studied by experts; eventually becoming the history that is taught in schools. Read More…
Yamaji, Martu, Yarnagu and Anangu peoples respond to the explorers walking through Country. From Another View aims to contextualise
Aboriginal peoples' understanding of Country with those of the explorers.
Hosted by the State Library of Western Australia education team, this professional learning event offers a curatorial preview of the exhibition, historical images, maps, journals, as well as original artwork.
Monday 06 May 2019 from 04:30PM to 06:30PM EVENT CANCELLED
The Army Museum of Western Australia is running a professional development
session for Primary & Secondary teachers on Thursday 16 May from 4.30 to 6.00pm.
It is free of charge with drinks and light refreshments provided.
Contact Bruce Hamling at the Army Museum for more details Read More…
Selected sessions at the conference will be streamed live. Please refer to the programme
for details of which sessions will be available.
You can register for online sessions here.
If you have any questions regarding the conference please contact us on email@example.com Read More…
Thursday 21 March at 4.30pm
Lecture Theatre at School of Isolated and Distance Education (SIDE) in Leederville
Light refreshments will be provided and continue networking and conversation at The Leederville Hotel.
For further details please contact Vanessa Kirkham Read More…
HTAWA is holding a general discussion forum on how students performed in the 2018 Modern History ATAR exam. We will be sharing ideas to
support teachers in addressing weaknesses identified in the results of last years paper.
Where: SIDE, Oxford Street, Leederville OR online by following this link
When: Thursday 21 February, 4.30pm - 5.30pm
Tea and Coffee will be provided Read More…
All Year 11 and 12 Ancient History Teachers are invited to come along and workshop the changes to the ATAR Ancient History Exam Design Brief.
Everyone is welcome, your input will be invaluable.
Date: Wednesday 14 November 2018
Time: 4.30 - 6.00
Venue: Oxford Hotel, Oxford Street Mt Hawthorn
Food and Drinks provided ! RSVP Sally Davies SDavies@livingwaters.wa.edu.au Read More…
DATE: Saturday 20th October 2018
TIME: 9.00am – 12.00pm (Registration – from 8.30am)
VENUE: Woolnough Lecture Theatre,
University of Western Australia, Crawley
(Geology and Geography Building)
COST: $20 (pre-ordered and pre-paid tickets) $25 (on the day)
No Charge for HTAWA Members Notes will be provided
Register and buy tickets here Read More…
Several of the sessions in the upcoming Seminar Days will be streamed live.
Please see here for specific details.
NOTE The online seminars on Saturday 25th August (Australia 1918-1955 and The Struggle for Peace in the Middle East) MUST be booked by 5pm Thursday 23rd August.
Bring along some sources on a USB to share and discuss with the group, making sure they have the correct acknowlegements. The more we bring the more to discuss and share and the more we all gain!
DATE: Saturday 1ST September 2018
TIME: 10.00am – 11.30pm
VENUE: Education Building, Notre Dame University, Fremantle
COST: FREE to current HTAWA Members $10 non-members
Register here Read More…
HTAWA would like to invite all members, future members and teachers of History to our social event. This event is a chance to catch up with others, eat some yummy food and hang out with the cool kids (HASS teachers of course!)
Where: Leeming SHS (parking off Grady Close)
When : Wednesday 15th August 4.00-5.30
RSVP Read More…