Below are the presentations from the Symposium.
Artefacts, costuming and role-play in tertiary history education: An experience in the use of active learning in a first year Western Civilization course: Dr David Waldron: Federation University, Australia
The ‘time room’ in the Museum of Education of Padua University: Dr Mara Orlando: Curator of Museum of Education University of Padua, Italy
Time is of the essence: Peter Hoban and Marion Littlejohn: Sovereign Hill Education Officers, Australia
Schooling, Service and the Great War: The influences and responses of Australian school communities: Dr Rosalie Triolo: Faculty of Education Monash University, Australia
In search of thriving fruits in the history education: the activities of the Centre for the study of the History of Education and the Teaching Profession for school gardens: Professor Antonis Hourdakis and Ms Sofia Trouli: University of Crete, Greece
Sovereign Hill Australia’s Leading Outdoor Museum: Mr Jeremy Johnson: Chief Executive Officer Sovereign Hill Outdoor Museum, Australia
School Life in Historical Collections of School Museums - Museum of Education and Pedagogy, Bratislava: Dr. Daniela Vaněková: Museum of Education and Pedagogy, Slovakia
In their shoes-Children comparing their modern experiences to those before them: Stephanie Rosestone: Sovereign Hill School, Australia
Storying our Learning: Performing our learning: Ms Catherine Howard: Senior Exemplar Eltham College, Australia
Below some photos from the Symposium.