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 Humanities and Social Sciences (HaSS).
Video Topics for the Competition
What does local government do for my community?
What do local groups do for my community?
What are some examples of active citizenship in my community?
Why should I become an active citizen?
Teachers with experience in teaching the Humanities and Social Sciences learning area are invited to share knowledge and expertise in the form of presentations, articles or resources on either SEAQ's website or at SEAQ professional development events.
When teaching social education it is important to 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.
do we all belong?
Pre-prep to year 12 educators located in Townsville, Mt Isa, Roma, Cairns and Rockhampton do not miss the Feb/March 2018 seminar series Do we all belong?
This is a FREE PD EVENT delivered by the Global Learning Centre (GLC) and sponsored by the Queensland Department of Premier and Cabinet. Attendees will learn about the implications of discriminatory trends revealed in the 2017 Scanlon-Monash Social Cohesion Report and evidence-based strategies to develop students as critically aware, socially connected and ethically responsible 21st century global citizens. Register now at
Work samples for Years 7–10 Civics and Citizenship
Work samples portfolios for Years 7–10 Civics and Citizenship have been published on the Australian Curriculum website. The work samples portfolios show ‘satisfactory’ and ‘above satisfactory’ student achievement of curriculum standards for Years 7–10 in Civics and Citizenship.