The Tasmanian Association for the Teaching of English (TATE), the Tasmanian Geography Teacher’s Association (TGTA) and the Tasmanian History Teachers’ Association (THTA)
proudly invite you and your team to be a part of our State Humanities conference.
Wendy Frost, Daniel Howard & Erin Leder | Humanities Conference Committee
Registrations are now open for the State Conference 2023: Our Stories Across Time and Place on Saturday, 25 March 2023 Hobart College, Mount Nelson.

“The purpose of a storyteller is not to tell you how to think, but to give you questions to think upon.”- Brandon Sanderson.

Stories connect us, stories unite us. Stories help us understand others, ourselves, our past and our future. Our learners come to us with complex and inspiring stories.
Our teams include colleagues whose stories show resilience, strength and grace. Our curriculum is filled with rich and vibrant stories. Our land is protected and reconstructed by the stories of those who inhabit various spaces. Our communities are constructed by stories of restoration and repair.
Our own stories guide our pedagogy, shape our interactions with others and are being redefined daily.
Join with fellow Tasmanian educators across the Humanities to share and learn ways to help students recognise the significance of stories in building the skills and insight
to navigate an evolving world.