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  • Home Economics Australia
    • Peak professional body for home economics professionals in Australia
    • http://heia.com.au/
  • International Federation for Home Economics (IFHE)
    • a worldwide Non-Government home economics organisation that offers an international forum for home economists
    • http://www.ifhe.org/
  • HEIA Annual General Meeting
    • Report on the activities of the Institute from the preceding financial year.
    • Discuss past and present activities of the Institute.
    • Elect the President-elect for next year.
  • ‘ Bishop’s Court’
    • http://wpcontent.answers.com/wikipedia/en/thumb/0/0d/Bishopscourt_east_melbourne.jpg/120px-Bishopscourt_east_melbourne.jpg
  • King and Amy O’Malley scholarships
    • http://www.omalleytrust.com.au/
  • HEIA Members
    • Lynne Backholer, who is the current President of the HEIA(V).
    • Maureen McKeon, a retired home economics school teacher, book author, food stylist, industry consultant and member of the Australian Dairy board.
    • Judy Ryles, who holds the position of Public Officer in the HEIA
  • HEIA Annual General Meeting
    • Contact with other home economics representatives.
    • HEIA and HEIA(V) provide a forum for resources and issues for working home economics teachers in Australia
    • Strong affiliations with a global agenda for home economics identity for the future.
  • National Curriculum
    • Important for home economics teachers to:
    • gain credibility
    • unify to understand the benefits of home economics as an important part of the curriculum in secondary schools in the future.
  • Professional associations
    • Victorian teachers in particular are encouraged to affiliate themselves as ‘active members of their profession’
    • Keep abreast the latest developments, innovations and opportunities in their area of learning.
  • HEIA member benefits
    • http://www.heia.com.au/
  • HEIA divisions
    • The Institute is made up of eight state and territory divisions
    • “ The mission of the home economics profession in Australia is to educate, inform, and to act as an advocate to government, industry and the community for families and households, so that individuals can make informed choices in order to enhance their everyday living.”
    • (Home Economics Institute of Australia, 2010)
  • Membership costs
    • Full annual membership costs $110
    • Student membership costs $55
    • Annual school membership costs $330
  • References
    • International Federation of Home Economics, (2010), retrieved March 21 from http://www.ifhe.org/
    • Home Economics Institute of Australia (2010), updated January 6, 2010, retrieved March 21 from http://heia.com.au/
    • Home Economics Institute of Victoria (2010), updated September 1, 2008, retrieved March 21, from http://www.heia.com.au/heiav/index.html
    • Victorian Institute of Teaching, (2010), updated February 26, 2010, retrieved March 21, from http://www.vit.vic.edu.au/content.asp?Document_ID=1