We're holding a video conference for Victorian history and art teachers, particularly years 5 - 9, on Thursday 11 November, 4.00 - 4.45pm.
New to web conferencing? It's easy! For guidance on how to participate in the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development's Elluminate web conference centre, click here.
If you are participating in Remembrance Day activities, this conference may be a good opportunity to make a full day of professional development.
In this Elluminate session discover the Burke and Wills Environmental Expedition, and learn about the rich educational resources in the Culture Victoria website.
Tour beautiful records from the 1860 expedition. Gain additional insight into these records through the fascinating contemporary material being produced by members of the re-enactment expedition, which includes historian Dr Jonathan King, award winning cinematographer Michael Dillon, and artist Ben Beeton.
Presenters are Eleanor Whitworth, a writer and Content Curator for the Culture Victoria website, and Jo Clyne, an experienced teacher currently working as a History Education consultant with the History Teachers Association of Victoria.
To join the session, click on the following link sometime in the hour prior to the start time (4.00pm): https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=2007026&password=M.C9ACD518C3AD334BC61CC2EBF56591. Or, you can login via the Events Calendar Page.
To participate, you will need access to a microphone and headset on a desktop computer (not a laptop).
Look forward to seeing you there!