VCAA Implementation workshops: VCE Politics Units 1-4

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In collaboration with the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA), SEV will be delivering professional learning workshops designed to support teachers in their implementation of the reaccredited VCE Politics study design 2024-2028 across both Units 1 and 2 (from this year) and Units 3 and 4 (from January 2025).

Two equivalent sessions of two hours each are scheduled for May 2024 – one taking place in Geelong, and one in the Melbourne CBD.

VCAA Curriculum Manager Adam Brodie-McKenzie will be co-presenting each session with one other teacher with extensive knowledge of the study, with a shared focus on:

  • the implications of the changes and additional features of the reaccredited study design
  • suggestions for effective strategies in implementation
  • providing general guidance to those teaching this subject for the first time
  • answering questions and providing feedback.

Geelong seminar


Monday 13 May, 2pm – 4pm

 Melbourne seminar


Friday 24 May, 2pm – 4pm 

These in-person professional learning sessions are offered free of charge. Light refreshments will be provided for all attendees.

We strongly encourage teachers to seek school approval now to attend whichever of these afternoon sessions is most convenient for you. To avoid disappointment, please ensure you’ve submitted your registration no later than three business days prior to each workshop. These sessions will not be recorded.

To get the most out of the event, registrants should ensure they have watched all of the Implementation on-demand videos produced by the VCAA, which cover many of the essential considerations and characteristics of the study – the content of these videos will be considered ‘assumed knowledge’ for all workshop attendees. Participants will also be invited to submit questions for our presenters in advance as part of their registration.

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