The Social Educators Association of Queensland (SEAQ) is the state professional body for social educators and community members interested in the advancement of social education in Queensland.
If you are a teacher who has had experience in teaching the Humanities and Social Sciences learning area and interested in working with SEAQ to share your knowledge and expertise with other teachers in the form of presentations, articles or resources, you can apply by completing application forms provided.
Naidoc Week 2-9 July
2017 National NAIDOC Theme
Our Languages Matter
The importance, resilience and richness
of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
languages will be the focus of
national celebrations marking
NAIDOC Week 2017.
social sciences and Humanities' Teaching
Critical Thinking for Democracy
The essence of a healthy democracy is open dialogue about issues of public concern. An integral part of the training of young citizens, therefore, includes the discussion of controversial social, political, environmental and economic policies.
How can we prepare students to be so well-informed that they will take participation seriously?
Indigenous Languages Song Competition
Sing a song in the traditional language of your area! ABC Splash are working with First Languages Australia to invite schools to work with their local Indigenous community and help preserve first languages. Be inspired by last year s great entries, then get started! There are some wonderful prizes to be won.