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ABN 49 458 215 576
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Carlton VIC 3053
Tel: (03) 9349 4957
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2014 SEV membership form
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SEV on Twitter and new SEV teacher discussion lists

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SEV VCE Teachers' Conference 21st March 2014, downloadable materials

Australian and Global Politics
Sociology
(requires password)


Expressions of interest - writers, presenters and researchers


Social Education Victoria provides professional development for teachers of VCE Australian & Global Politics, VCE Sociology and F-10 Civics and Citizenship. This educational support consists of lectures, workshops, online material and published textbooks. SEV also produces the quarterly journal Ethos.
 
SEV welcomes expressions of interest from teachers, writers and other education professionals who might like to work with SEV on pieces of work as required.
 
Please contact admin@sev.asn.au, attention ‘Executive Officer’, for more details.


News

 

Upcoming Event

SEV is pleased to announce our forthcoming student lecture, featuring Professor Hugh White.

Student lecture - Power in the Asia-Pacific region
Date: 9 May
Time: 1.00 - 3.15pm
Venue: Melbourne City Conference Centre

Hugh White is Professor of Strategic Studies in the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre at the Australian National University. He studies Australian strategic and defence policy, and the regional and global security issues affecting Australia. He has been an intelligence analyst, a journalist, a senior staffer to Kim Beazley and Bob Hawke, a senior official in the Defence Department, and the first Director of ASPI. He was the principal author of Australia's 2000 Defence White Paper.

His recent publications include the Quarterly Essay 'Power Shift: Australia's future between Washington and Beijing' and 'The China Choice: Why America should share power'.

A registration form for this event can be downloaded here.

VCE Global Politics Resource Updates - 2014

These quarterly updates (one produced for each Area of Study) will help you and your students deal with the dynamic nature of Global Politics and ensure that your content and approaches are up to date.

Each edition will be specifically written for the Global Politics Study Design. They contain a mixture of up to date information, questions, activities and useful links and elaborate on relevant case studies. The updates will be sent as a PDF to be shared with students.

An edition of the Global Politics Resource Update will cost $25 individually. A subscription order for all four editions, placed in first term, will cost $80 (a saving of $20).

To download an order form, click here.


SEV membership form for 2014

Membership forms for 2014 are now available.

  • To join/renew membership online with a purchase order number or by PayPal, click here.
  • To download a membership form in PDF format, click here.

In addition to maintaining our competitive 2013 prices for our valued members, SEV is offering superb value memberships to primary school members (including a complimentary Professional Learning opportunity) and pre-service teachers.

Textbooks for 2014

To download a 2014 order form for all SEV textbooks, click here.

SEV has produced second editions of the textbooks for VCE Global Politics and for VCE Australian and Global Politics. ISBNs for the new books are given immediately below.

Title
ISBN
VCE Australian and Global Politics Units 1 & 2
Second edition
Author: Kimberly Cornell
978-0-9871272-5-9
VCE Global Politics Units 3 & 4
Second edition
Author: Anna-Louise Simpson et. al.
978-0-9871272-6-6
(Sociology textbooks are unchanged, with the following details)
VCE Sociology Units 1 & 2
Author: Pheona Donohoe
978-0-9871272-0-4
VCE Sociology Units 1 & 2: A Student Workbook
Author: Fiona Gontier
978-0-9871272-4-2
VCE Sociology Units 3 & 4
Author Fiona Gontier
978-0-9871272-1-1

The Australian and Global Politics textbook has been revised and updated to reflect more up to date political events and issues. New sources and activities are also included.

The new edition of Global Politics features contributions from additional authors, including material on Economic Instability and a case study on the Syrian crisis. The text has been revised to reflect more up to date political events and issues.

Note: the new edition of Global Politics features access details for additional online materials, available as downloads.

The composition, appearance and page numbering of both second edition books will differ from the first edition(s).


Term 1 Ethos

Ethos for Term 1, 2014 is now available. This is our third all-digital edition, replete with clickable links and full-colour pictures. To download it, log in to the Members Area and click the icon indicated. The file is approximately 5.2MB in size.


SEV supplementary resource material

Textbook links
SEV has also compiled a list of links used in the textbooks for the new VCE Study Designs. This will enable students and teachers to easily locate the online resources referred to in the books. The files are available as downloadable PDFs for Australian and Global Politics on the page here, and for Global Politics on the page here. Files for links from the Sociology textbooks are available on the page here.

Case studies
SEV has produced a series of small case studies for Australian and Global Politics to complement the first edition textbooks. These can be downloaded from the members section.

This material was researched and compiled by Tia Spanos, who worked as an intern at SEV in 2011 as part of her Bachelor of International Relations at La Trobe University. Any opinions expressed are not necessarily the views held by SEV. We thank Tia for her research and effort in compiling information that relates to topics explored in the VCE Australian and Global Politics Study design.



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