Supporting teachers: development of onsite and virtual workshops
MHNSW preserves and provides access to key sites of history. Since 2017, we have run Professional Development courses for teachers, and more recently for teachers-in-training.
Sharing our pedagogies, skills and knowledge with teachers equips them with the tools to teach Australian history in a robust and engaging manner. Each teacher who participates in our Professional Learning programs will have the capacity to engage thousands of students with history over the course of their career.
Your donation will support MHNSW in the development and delivery of workshops that are relevant to the changing needs of teachers and will include delivery of First Nations perspectives.
Please consider making a tax-deductible gift, as every dollar raised, regardless of size, will help to ensure the history of NSW is discoverable and accessible for current and future generations.
Museums of History NSW
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Reference: your name AG2023-24
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Supporting children to discover history
Making Connections is a new onsite program at the Hyde Park Barracks for primary and secondary school students with moderate to high, or complex access requirements
Supporting access for students to attend our learning programs through the Learning Subsidy
For nearly a decade we have been delivering programs exploring contact history that have been co-developed with First Nations knowledge holders
We are leaders in creating large-scale virtual events that enable students across NSW and beyond to engage with history in a meaningful and memorable way