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Jacaranda Events and Conferences


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We are excited to announce the winner of the Jacaranda Learning Framework Workshop’s main prize:

Kelly Hack from Marymede College

Congratulations Kelly, we hope you have a great time in Tanzania with T2T Global!

July


25th-26th

Thursday-Friday

CQ Functions
113 Queen St, Melbourne VIC 3000

CONFERENCES VIC

2019 HTAV Annual Conference


The HTAV 2019 Annual Conference, themed Past Tense, Present Tension, will feature an impressive range of workshops, lectures and practical seminars that will provide ideas for engaging classroom strategies, activities and pedagogy to help build on the learning outcomes of students.

Join us on an informative and insightful History journey and share in the unique spirit when the History community comes together.

For more information and details on how to register, please visit the HTAV Annual Conference page.

26th-27th

Friday-Saturday

University of Sydney, Eastern Avenue Complex
Camperdown, NSW 2006

CONFERENCES NSW

2019 HTANSW State Conference


The Historical Teachers Association of New South Wales (HTANSW) supports the history teachers of New South Wales. This year’s annual conference will be held at the University of Sydney from Friday the 26th – Saturday the 27th of July. Starting with key note speaker, Professor Geoff Masters AO, Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Council for Educational Research, you can expect two days full of presentations, workshops and discussions.

For more information and details on how to register, please visit the HTANSW State Conference page.

30th-31st

Tuesday-Wednesday

Victoria

EVENTS VIC

Jacaranda VCE Success Expo


The VCE years can be a huge source of stress and anxiety for both students and teachers alike. As you know, students can struggle to keep up with the intense workload and can put added pressure on themselves to achieve a high ATAR, and as their teacher, all of these stressors are echoed on you.

We understand these challenges – that’s why this PD opportunity is on us! Join us for this free 90-minute expo to hear from Michael Carr-Gregg and learn new ways to help your students cope with the pressures and prepare for success in VCE.

For more information and details on how to register, please visit the VCE Success Expo event page.

August


2nd-3rd

Friday-Saturday

State Library Northbridge
25 Francis Street, Perth WA 6000

CONFERENCES WA

HASS Week 2019 Conference


The theme of this cross-sectoral Conference is My Future My Voice with a focus on how young people can be empowered by their learning to be informed, active citizens. A variety of presentations, will assist teachers in their implementation of the Western Australian Curriculum, pedagogical approaches, HASS inquiry skills, Literacy, Information Technology, Interdisciplinary methods of teaching HASS as well as considering interesting topics, issues and arguments.

For more information and details on how to register, please visit the HASS Week 2019 Conference page.

September


8th-9th

Sunday-Monday

Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre
1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC 3006

CONFERENCES VIC

GTAV 2019 Annual Conference


The Geography Teachers Association of Victoria (GTAV) Annual Conference goes for three-days and brings together many wonderful Geography educators to share their knowledge and skills with their colleagues at the largest Geography conference in Australia. Filled to the brim with presentations, workshops and field trips, this conference can’t be missed.

For more information and details on how to register, please visit the GTAV Annual Conference page.

20th-22nd

Friday-Sunday

Crowne Plaza Terrigal
Pine Tree Lane, Terrigal NSW 2260

CONFERENCES NSW

2019 MANSW Annual Conference


The Mathematical Teachers Association of New South Wales (HTANSW) supports the mathematics teachers of New South Wales. This year’s annual conference will be held at Crowne Plaza, Terrigal from Friday the 20th – Saturday the 22nd of July. Starting with a keynotes from Matt Parker and Doug Clarke, you can expect a conference full of presentations, workshops and discussions.

For more information and details on how to register, please visit the 2019 MANSW Annual Conference page.