Australian Curriculum


HTAA Curriculum Updates

  • Registrations for the Australian History Competition closing soon (3/8/2018)Registrations for the AHC close on 31st March 2018.  Don’t forget to register before the Easter break. The competition is skills based, using sources to answer multichoice questions.  There are two levels: Years 7/8 and Years 9/10. The top student in Australia for each year group will win $250 and state/territory winners receive a medallion. […]

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  • HTAA National Conference – call for papers (1/8/2018)The 2018 HTAA National Conference will be held in Canberra, Tuesday 2 October – Thursday 4 October.  This will be hosted by ACTHTA. The theme is People, Power, Perspectives. If you would like to present at the national conference please complete the Call for paper form and submit by 31 March 2018. For general enquiries […]

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  • NHC Australian Young Historian announced (12/1/2017)Congratulations to Ineka Voight who is the 2017 Australian Young Historian. The award was announced at the National History Challenge ceremony on 27 November, 2017, at Parliament House. The national winners for all categories were also announced.  A full list of winners can be found on the NHC website. Congratulations to all the winners at […]

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  • New History resources for primary teachers (10/11/2017)‘History in the Making’ is now accessible via Scootle and appears in the latest ESA Newsletter below. Special congratulations to the classroom teachers who contributed their expertise to this History (HASS) publication. Talking Time: an exploration of time – how we change over time (F) Commemorating the ANZAC legend (Yr 3) The Australian Colonies: gold […]

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  • Australian History Competition results (9/6/2017)Congratulations to all the students who participated in the 2017 AHC and many thanks to those teachers who registered students. The 2017 results and evaluation are now available on the website.  The top students in Year 7 were Kaya Sayer (Manly Selective School – NSW) and Zoe Fraser (All Hallows School – Qld). The top […]

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  • HTAA Conference Special Events (8/17/2017)HTAA is pleased to announce the special events scheduled for the national conference in Brisbane. Wednesday 27th September – Wine and cheese Thursday 28th September – Plantagenet Conference Dinner Under the Stars Friday 29th September – Gladiators: Heroes of the Colosseum Register here

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  • HTAA Conference extras (7/15/2017)  If you are heading to Brisbane for the HTAA Conference don’t forget to register for the additional events on offer.  The Plantagenet Dinner Under the Stars will provide an excellent opportunity to meet and mingle with other conference delegates and presenters.  You can also experience a special tour of the Gladiators: Heroes of the […]

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  • Gandel Holocaust Studies Program for Australian Educators (6/10/2017)Applications for this program close on 20 June, 2017.  The program is held in Jerusalem, Israel, at Yad Vashem. If you teach the Holocaust and would like to improve your understanding of this period in history or are looking for ideas on pedagogical approaches to enhance your students engagement, this program could be what you […]

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  • HTAA National Conference registrations open (5/10/2017)Registrations are now open for the HTAA National Conference hosted by QHTA and held in Brisbane, 27 – 29 September 2017. The theme this year is Breaking Boundaries.  Keynote speakers include: Peter FitzSimons, Prof Alastair Blanshard, Assoc Prof Deborah Henderson, Dr Brian Hoepper and John Whitehouse. More information can be found on the  or visit […]

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  • HTAA Conference – call for presenters (1/28/2017)The HTAA national conference will be held in Brisbane, 27-29 September 2017. The conference is hosted by QHTA. The theme of the conference is Breaking Boundaries. Proposals are now sort from potential presenters. If you have a ideas on pedagogical approaches, historical knowledge and skills, ICT that you believe would assist teachers from across Australia deliver […]

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  • NHC 2017 theme announced (12/1/2016)

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Curriculum Links

ACARA – The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority
www.acara.edu.au


Australian Curriculum
www.australiancurriculum.edu.au


AC History Units
achistoryunits.edu.au


AITSL – Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership
www.aitsl.edu.au


Australian Professional Standards for Teachers
www.aitsl.edu.au/australian-professional-standards-for-teachers


AAAE – Australian Alliance of Associations in Education
aaae.edu.au