HTAA updates

HTAA updates to the National curriculum

8 December 2010: National Curriculum approved To read the Federal Minister of Education Peter Garrett’s full press release, please click here. To read the complete State and Territory Ministers’ Resolution, click here. To view the full History Curriculum document, please visit:

HTAA December 2010 Update

National Curriculum Update September 2010 According to a recent media report, signing off on the national history K-10 course, due to happen in October, has now been delayed until December (see ‘More time to work on new curriculum’ in the Sydney Morning Herald, 24 September 2010). ACARA Chairman Professor Barry McGaw […]

HTAA September 2010 Update

HTAA Interim Response to the Draft K-10 History Curriculum 13 May 2010 This is an interim response based on submissions from state and territory HTAs and consultation with teachers around the country. It has been written prior to the publication of senior course draft documents and may need to be […]

HTAA May 2010 Update

On Monday 1 March 2010, the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) will publish the draft K-10 Australian Curriculum in English, mathematics, science and history for a period of national consultation. The consultation period closes on 23 May 2010. The draft curriculum and all the resources required to provide […]

HTAA March 2010 Update

Writers are currently finalising a draft for K–10 national history courses. It is expected that this document will be released in February 2010. After a period of consultation and piloting the final version of the K–10 curriculum document is due to be published in July 2010, with implementation of the […]

HTAA December 2009 Update

September 2009   K-10 Courses   In early September practitioner representatives from around the country were invited to offer feedback on a first draft of the national curriculum history document, K-10. This feedback will be used to fine tune the document prior to its release for public consultation at the start […]

HTAA September 2009 Update