Remember, research, reflect: Exploring perspectives on war

Anti-conscription demonstrations through Melbourne streets, photographer David Glenn, 1966
Date
Friday, 25 August 2017 - 8:45am3:30pm
LocationMultiple venues
Cost
$100 (includes morning tea & lunch); bursaries are available for eligible teachers to cover entry and support travel or CRT costs

Venues: Shrine of Remembrance & Melbourne Museum

Teachers from across Victoria are invited to a professional learning day that examines perspectives on the commemoration of war and develops practical skills for conducting any type of historical inquiry in the classroom.

Join curators and educators from the Melbourne Museum, State Library Victoria and the Shrine of Remembrance to discover how you can help your students compare and contrast different aspects of Australia's involvement in conflict and peacekeeping.

Themes explored throughout the day include war and technology, roles for women, the home front, conscription and public debate.

This professional learning experience includes visits to exhibitions at the Shrine of Remembrance and the Melbourne Museum, and counts as one day of professional development.

Applications close on Friday 18 August 2017.

Complete the application to receive free attendance (value $100) and a bursary of either $250 or $300 to contribute to travel or CRT costs. Applications for bursaries close on Friday 28 July 2017.

Contact Liz Suda on 03 8341 7325 or esuda@museum.vic.gov.au for more information.

Please note: This event involves travel between the two venues. Sufficient time has been allowed for walking or taking public transport when moving between venues.