ACT Legislative Assembly

Professional learning for teachers

Know your local Assembly

Friday 12 October 2018

The activity is aimed at teachers to increase their understanding of how the ACT Legislative Assembly works and how members are elected using the Hare-Clark electoral system. Primary, secondary and college teachers are welcome to attend this event.

This program will not only increase participants' knowledge of the Assembly but will provide a useful teaching tool for those teachers who are engaged in teaching Civics and Citizenship programs. In addition, teachers will be able to use the knowledge gained about the Hare-Clark system to conduct classroom or SRC elections. The activity will also include the opportunity for participants to meet and question some MLAs, and visit the Parliamentary Chamber. A certificate (record of attendance) will be sent to all participants.

Attendance at this seminar can be counted towards staff PD allocation, there is no cost for this activity.

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9.00-9.30am Welcome and visit the ACT Legislative Assembly chamber
9.30-10.30am How are members elected in the ACT? Participate in a mock Hare-Clark election
10.30-11.00am Morning tea (provided)
11.00-11.30am Meet the members
11.30am-12.30pm Civics and Citizenship lessons and resources


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