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2015 National and State NHC winners
The National History Challenge ceremony was held on 1 December at Parliament House. Ineka Voigt was named 2015 National Young Historian. Congratulations to all the winners who undertook extensive research and created engaging arguments. The full list of winners can be found at http://historychallenge.org.au/2015-winners/

2015 NHC winners announced



Paul Foley (South Australia) has been elected as the new President of HTAA at the recent AGM. He is joined by Dr Rosalie Triolo (Victoria), our new Vice President and Pip Macdonald (Queensland) as Honorary Treasurer. We would like to thank Paul Kiem and Richard Smith, outgoing Vice President and […]

New HTAA Executive


Congratulations to Anne Gripton who is the inaugural recipient of the HTAA – Gandel Holocaust Studies Scholarship funded by the Solomear Gruener Endowment Fund. The Gandel Holocaust Studies Program for Australian Educators is an 18 day seminar run by Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. The program is designed to enable educators […]

Scholarship Winner Announced


The 2015 annual HTAA National Conference will be hosted by HTAV and held at Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne. The conference begins on Tuesday 19th September and concludes on Friday 2nd October. Keynote speakers include Professor Sheila Fitzpatrick, Dr Stéphane Lévesque and Mr Bruce Pascoe. For more details, please visit www.htav.asn.au/conference/program-14/program

2015 HTAA National Conference



Congratulations to all the students who participated in the Australian History Competition this year. The national winner for the Year 8 competition was Tommy Kwon from Penrith High School who achieved 100%. In the Year 10 competition there were joint winners: Thomas Jones from Fort St High School and Jessica […]

Australian History Competition 2015 winners



Congratulations to the following recipients of 2012 Australia Day Honours Professor Stuart Macintyre AO Stuart has been involved with the development of the Australian History Curriculum since its inception and has been a great supporter of the involvement of HTAA and its state affiliates. Emeritus Professor Brian Fletcher OAM Brian […]

HTAA update January 2012



AITSL – the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership Leading Curriculum Change A Professional Learning Opportunity The Leading Curriculum Change program will enhance teachers’ knowledge, skills and confidence to effectively lead curriculum change, particularly local implementation of the Australian Curriculum. For full details and to register an expression of […]

HTAA September 2011