Online Student Seminars
Several of the sessions in the upcoming Seminar Days will be streamed live.
Please see here for specific details
Year 11 Student Seminar - Nazism in Germany
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
Today's News, Tomorrow's History
It is often said that the reason for teaching history is to help students better understand, and respond to, the world today. That
world is splashed out across the headlines each day; the news simultaneously showcases history as it happens, and reflects the culmination
of our collective journey from the past to the present.
Join us for a thought provoking afternoon, where we look at innovative ways to develop highly transferable critical thinking and HASS inquiry skills that will get kids thinking both about then and now.
This professional learning program is presented by Seven West Media Education in association with the History Teachers Association of Western Australian and the Association of Independent Schools (WA).
WHEN: Monday October 22, 2018 (4 to 6pm)
WHERE: AISWA, Suite 3/41 Walters Drive, Osborne Park, Seminar room 1st Floor Suite 5
SUITABLE FOR: Year 3-6 classroom teachers, but open to all teachers currently employed in a WA school.
COST: $20, which includes a class set of one of Media Education's curriculum linked news resources with ten days of newspaper deliveries.
REGISTRATION IS ESSENTIAL (places are limited)
To register email Media Education or telephone 9482 3717
More details available here
Tuesday 30 October 2018
From 4.15pm, discussion of the WACE exam welcome!!!
Quiz Night - Armistice!
In recognition of the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, HTAWA is holding an Armistice quiz night. Come show of your wealth of knowledge
on The Great War with questions covering all aspects of the conflict, including pre and war history, geography, sport, politics and much
Where- Victoria Park Bowling Club, 18 Kent Street East Victoria Park
When – Saturday 10th November 2018
Doors open 6pm with 6.30 start till about 9.30pm
No BYO drinks- bar available
You can buy a table of 8 or individual tickets (we will create tables).
Bring along brain food to share with your table
Prizes for best WW1 themed decorated table
Prizes for best costumes
Tickets available here