HASS SA

About HASS SA

HASS SA (Humanities and Social Sciences SA) association supports teachers with professional learning and resources for Australian Curriculum:

  • Humanities and Social Sciences subjects of History, Geography, Civics and Citizenship, Economics and Business
  • Cross-curriculum priorities of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures, Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia, and, Sustainability
  • General capabilities, in particular, critical and creative thinking, personal and social capability, ethical behaviour, and, intercultural understanding.

HASS SA News

‘HASS SA News’ is our email list that provides subscribers with free brief, relevant and timely news about forthcoming professional learning, resources and events. To subscribe, please sign up here.

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HASS SA Conference 2019

Registrations for the 2019 HASS SA Conference (23/24 February 2019 at UniSA, Magill) will open in January. We acknowledge the UN International Year of Indigenous Languages.

 

See also our extra collaborative conference with KMEIA (Kodaly Music Education Institute of Australia) below.

KMEIA / HASS SA Conference

Welcome to Country: Incorporating Indigenous Perspectives

Dinner Friday 29 March 2019, then all day Saturday 30 March 2019

Tandanya, Grenfell Street, Adelaide

See flyer at left

Register your Interest at bit.ly/IndigenousPerspectives2019

Song Books

Seventeen mesmerizing songs in a splendid CD compilation celebrate urban and rural Aboriginal life and culture, with accompanying book. Suitable for reception through to adults, this is a valuable resource for:

  • R-10 class teachers
  • Australian Curriculum: English, Arts, History, Geography

Learn more or buy it here.