These resources highlight the key skills that students develop when they study humanities subjects, as well as the career pathways that these areas of study can unlock.


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Teaching Year 12 Sociology in 2022 and don’t know your Gemeinschaft from your Gesellschaft? Join us for a full day workshop designed for teachers who are new to the subject, returning from a break or just wanting a refresher. This session will look broadly at the key outcomes across Units 3 and 4, providing participants with a point of departure from which to plan their courses, including skill development for students and resource suggestions. This live workshop will include a combination of live (via Zoom) and pre-recorded components.

Teaching Year 12 Global Politics in 2022 and struggling to sort your TNCs from your IGOs? Join us for a full day workshop designed for teachers who are new to the subject, returning from a break or just wanting a refresher. This session will look broadly at the key outcomes across Units 3 and 4, providing participants with a point of departure from which to plan their courses, including skill development for students and resource suggestions. This online workshop will include a combination of live (via Zoom) and pre-recorded components.

The Islamic Museum of Australia is a great resource – particularly for our Year 12 Sociology teachers.

ABC has produced a great new series on the role that money plays in politics – we are so excited and there are so many curriculum links for Civics and Citizenship, Australian and Global Politics (especially Unit 1!) and Sociology (particularly social movements). SEV wrote an article to accompany it – check out our article on ABC Education!

SEV’s virtual conference ‘Teaching Tomorrow’s Citizens’ on 30 April this year saw us come together as a community of learners, even though ongoing restrictions meant we couldn’t see each other in person. In a continuing celebration of the expertise and generosity of our speakers, this special conference issue of Ethos features articles based on their presentations. Inside this issue: 

SEV publishes trial exams in September of each year for the following subjects:

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.

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