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We pay our respects to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of this land and their elders, past, present and emerging. We acknowledge their continuing connection to the land, their stories, traditions and living cultures, and commit to building a brighter future together.

The Social & CITIZENSHIP Educators' Association of Queensland (SCEAQ), previously ' 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 and teaching of Humanities and Social Sciences (HaSS)  with a focus on Citizenship. 

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Member BENEFITS AND Links 

Member Benefits: 

  • Access to members pages of our website which contain many social education related  and classroom related resource links.
  • Regular newsletter and items of interest
  • Notification by email of PD events
  • Discounts to  PD events
  • Access to school memberships for up to 5 people  at a discounted price. 
  • Become more informed about the teaching and learning of Social Education in Queensland at all levels of education, from early childhood to tertiary
  • Access to professional learning in the form of  seminars, newsletters and online resources. 
  • Benefit from SCEAQ's involvement in educational policymaking 
  • Benefit from SCEAQ's support of research about Social Education and cross-disciplinary learning 
  • Benefit from SCEAQ's  collaboration with our national association, the Social and Citizenship Education Association of Australia SCEAA

How can members become involved in SCEAQ? 

Members  can:

  • share teaching ideas and resources 
  • be involved in professional discussion and debate in support of effective Social Education 
  • host or present a course 
  • write articles for publication on our website or in our newsletters 
  • present for SCEAQ conferences 
  • nominate to be a committee member

Your Voice Discussion Forum

Seaq invites you to contribute to this forum to exchange ideas about Social Education


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australian curriculum review have your say

'The Review identified a number of opportunities to improve the F-10 Australian Curriculum: Humanities and Social Sciences.

Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum Review

ACARA’s public consultation is open until 8 July 2021. You are able to review the proposed curriculum documents and complete an online survey to provide feedback.

2021 queensland schools constitutional convention

Students will examine the case for a new preamble to the Australian Constitution and select delegates for the 2022 National Schools Constitution Convention (NSCC).


special Days

Make our teaching as relevant as possible to students' lives.  

One way to do this is to recognise special days that are important for our society. To mark these days as important, many schools undertake ceremonies or actions that allow students to act out their citizenship role.

  SEAQ's Special Day Page 


Stay informed about our latest news, upcoming events and resource links. Become a member today. 

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SCEAQ is not registered for GST, however, for tax invoice purposes, our ABN is: 634 828 949 03  

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