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The HTAI aims:

- to protect and foster the role of history within the Irish education system

- to encourage the better teaching of history by keeping Irish history teachers in contact with new developements in historical research and new approaches to history education

- to keep Irish history teachers in touch with international thinking on education through affiliation with EuroClio and other international bodies.

How is the HTAI organised?

The HTAI has a federal structure. History teachers in a local area may establish a branch which then seeks affiliation with the Central Executive Committee (CEC) of the HTAI.

The CEC consists of the President, the Vice-President, the Secretary, the Treasurer, the editors of Stair and newsletter, the webmaster, plus two delegates from each branch of the HTAI.

The CEC is the governing body of the HTAI. It meets several times a year to decide policy, to appoint people to represent HTAI on various bodies and, in conjunction with local branches, to organise in-service courses funded in part by the Department of Education and Science.

Should you have any comments or suggestions, feel free to contact the National Secretary, at historyteachers@gmail.com

Contact webmaster:HTAIwebmaster@gmail.com

CEC 2013-2014
  President Granú Dwyer North Munster
 

Vice-President

Niamh Crowley
Waterford
 

Secretary

Freda Smyth
North Munster
 

Treasurer

Gerry Burke

Galway
 

NCCA Representative

Granú Dwyer
North Munster
 
Editor of Stair
Elma Collins
Dublin
  Newsletter Derval Ryan North Munster
  Web Editor Mary Ó Dubháin Dublin
  PRO Niamh Crowley Waterford

 

 

 

 
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