SEV (Social Education Victoria) is a professional teaching association established in 1970. Our mission is to:

  • To promote, support and resource the teaching and learning of sociology, politics, civics and citizenship education.
  • To promote active and democratic citizenship and cultural understanding across communities.
  • To collaborate with relevant organisations, locally, nationally, regionally and globally.

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The Latest SEV News

  • Do you wonder about what ‘post-truth’ means for education?

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    Published:27 May 2021
    Seeking research participants: Researchers from the Melbourne Graduate School of Education are seeking classroom teachers (primary/secondary) to participate in a research study looking at the implications of post-truth conditions...
  • New Release: Free Sociology Teachers' Guide

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    Published:17 March 2021
    Our Year 12 Sociology Teachers' Guide has been produced as a companion to our textbook: Sociology Units 3 & 4 (2nd Edition). It contains content overviews, case studies, learning activities and sample assessments. This resource is...
  • Launching 2021 Student Survival Packs

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    Published:25 January 2021
    Student Survival Packs *** New editions in 2021 *** Written for students, these digital resources focus on developing Key Skills and Key Knowledge through analysis of relevant issues. They also contain tips for maximising SAC and...
  • Conference 2021

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    Published:20 January 2021
    Registrations for the conference have opened. Register here for VCE streams. For our free Civics and Citizenship stream, register here. The theme of this year's conference is 'teaching big ideas through contemporary issues.' We ar...
  • Ethos: Teaching and Learning in the pandemic

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    Published:11 August 2020
    As we all transition to online learning again SEV have decided to publicly share our most recent issue of Ethos, SEV's member's journal. To mark these extraordinary times, this issue of Ethos is formulated around Teaching and Lear...
  • SEV opposes proposed increases in humanities fees

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    Published:23 June 2020
    To advocate on behalf of our members across Victoria, SEV has issued a media release opposing the proposed changes to federal higher education funding that would see dramatic increases in fees for humanities subjects. Click here f...

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