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2019 HASS SA Conference

HASS SA (Humanities and Social Sciences educators)

Saturday, 23 February 2019 from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm (ACDT)

2019 HASS SA Conference

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HASS SA Teacher 65 Tickets 23/02/2019 $130.00 $8.24
HASS SA Early Career or TRT Teacher (<3yrs) 27 Tickets 23/02/2019 $100.00 $6.59
HASS SA Pre-Service 24 Tickets 23/02/2019 $40.00 $3.29
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2019 HASS SA Conference

2019 HASS SA Conference – 23rd & 24th February 2019 at Amy Wheaton Building, UniSA Magill

The 2019 HASS SA Conference honours the UN International year of Indigenous Languages and offers a wide selection of workshops covering all elements of HaSS.

We have been working with Kaurna and other Aboriginal groups to write a series of simple songs and games for children. Participants will learn about the collaborative approach used to prepare these resources. You will also play some of the games that teach Aboriginal perspectives, language and history. Curriculum links and resources will be provided.

Featuring songs in language performed by the students of Hawker Area School, keynote Super-diverse learner: Bridging the gap through mutual respect and recognition’ delivered by Professor Mohamad Abdulla (Director, Centre for Islamic Thought and Education, UniSA) and the launch of ‘Making Humanities and Social Sciences Come Alive’. The Civics and Citizenship stream features presenters from 8 National Capital institutions.

A range of visits to various locations are offered on Sunday 24th. There maybe fees associated with some visits. 

**Select an excursion (optional extra) after ticket selection. Limited spaces avalaible.**

 Please click  HERE for the full program and excursions for Sunday.  


Keynote: Super-diverse learner: Bridging the gap through mutual respect and recognition


Professor Mohamad Abdalla is one of Australia’s most prominent and respected Muslim leaders, combining the roles of an academic scholar, public intellectual, community leader and commentator. Over the last 15 years, Prof Abdalla played a leading role in establishing Islamic Studies (Research and Teaching) as an academic area of study in Australia.
Prof Abdalla is recognised as a leader whose work has had positive social impact. This is clearly demonstrated in his leadership role after 9/11 where he led a reconciliation strategy to build bridges of understanding between the Australian Muslim and wider communities.  He has attained numerous civic awards, including: The Lord Mayor Australia Day Achievement Award; Community Leadership Award; and Ambassador for Peace Award.

Welcome: Performance by the students of Hawker Area School with Sasha Andersson (KMEIA) and Aunty Pauline McKenzie

Book Launch: 


Green, DM & Price, DA (2019). Making Humanities and Social Sciences Come Alive: Early Years and Primary Education. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press. 

Launched by Prof Mohamad Abdulla with the editors and a number of contributors present. Copies will be available for sale at the Conference.

 Day 1 program:

8:30-9:00       Registration (Foyer of the Amy Wheaton Building)

9:00-9:20       Welcome – Hawker Area School students

9:20-10:15     Keynote presentation

10:15-10:35   Launch of “Making HASS Come Alive”

10:35-10:50   HASS SA Awards

10:50-11:20   Morning Tea

11:20-12:50   ‘A’ series workshops

12:50-1:40     Lunch

1:40-2:45       ‘B’ series workshops

2:45-2:55       Movement break

2:55-4:00       ‘C’ session workshops

 *The Canberra sessions – This stream is presented by our Canberra crew and comprises 30 minute presentations by representatives of our National institutions +an alternative 60 minute session during the session block

 Please click  HERE for the full program and excursions for Sunday.

**Please note to receive your certificate of attendance you will be required to complete an online survey**

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Amy Wheaton Building
12 Saint Bernards Road
Magill, SA 5072

Saturday, 23 February 2019 from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm (ACDT)

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