QHTA Webinar Program
1. Valuable Advice and Strategies for Teaching Online

Michael Cocks (History Skills) – Monday 27th April from 7-8pm

2. Guiding a Structured Inquiry/Structuring a Guided Inquiry!

Sue Burvill-Shaw – Monday 4th May from 7-8pm

3. Preparing for the External Assessment in Modern History

Julie Hennessey РWednesday 15th July at 4:30pm. This session seeks to share some strategies and thoughts about how to prepare students for the forthcoming external examination on Australia’s involvement in the Vietnam War.

4. How to Spice Up your Revision Life: Preparing for the EA in the Ancient History classroom

Kathleen Collin and Diana Platt – Wednesday 29th July at 4:30pm. Join Kathleen and Diana as they explore some source-based activities which could be used to help prepare your students for their External Assessment. While Ancient History sources will be used, these same activities could also be used in the Modern History classroom. The session will end with a chance for delegates to share their own ideas.

5. History Essentials for Teachers

Ben Hegerty – Wednesday 26th August – 4.30pm

6. The Value of the Three-Level Guide for Historical Inquiry (for both Middle School and Senior School)

Dr Glenn Davies – Tuesday 1st September – 4.30pm

7. Contested Places, Contested Spaces: using statues and monuments as sources to teach the complexities of Public History

Dr Craig Johnston – Wednesday 9th September – 4.30pm

QHTA presents the above webinars to further support teachers in their work. These three webinars are repeated from our recent State Conference, with more focus on different year levels, both Ancient and Modern History and with more time allocated for discussion, questions etc.

** please note, these are live webinars and recordings will not be available.

Cost for August/September webinars:


$20 for one webinar

$30 for two webinars

$35 for three webinars


$30 for one webinar

$50 for two webinars

$70 for three webinars

Webinar Registration here / more details about the webinars here.