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Adam Brodie-McKenzie completed a Bachelor of Law/Arts (Hons) at the Australian National University, with a major in International Relations and specialisation in International Law for his Law Degree. He teaches VCE Global Politics and Legal Studies at the University High School. Adam is also the interschool debating coordinator and sub-school coordinator at the school. He is an experienced VCAA Examination Assessor for Global Politics and part of the panel considering amendments to the Global Politics Study Design. As well as being actively involved within his school, Adam works with other organisations to support teachers and students in learning by presenting at conferences, writing practice exams and conducting workshops on Global Politics.
The program will be presented by Adam Brodie-McKenzie, an experienced teacher and examination assessor. It will provide a comprehensive summary of Unit 3 and 4 course and it will occur on Sunday the 13th of October 2019 at Victoria University commencing at 1.10pm. It will focus on the key elements of the VCE Global Politics course, clarifying the common misconceptions held by students, as well as providing an update on major contemporary developments relevant to global politics. Comprehensive notes will be provided and there will be a bonus 30 minute question & answer/tutorial session at the conclusion of the program. The program is reasonably priced at only $55 per person and students should book early as seating is limited. Bookings can be made on line in the sales/booking section of this site (click on the online booking button ) or by downloading an order form and sending via mail or fax. All participants will receive notes for the program and a map of the venue can be downloaded below.
13 OCTOBER 2019