The European Union after Brexit: Implications for Europe, Britain, Australia & New Zealand
2017 Summer school for secondary school teachers
The 2017 European Studies Summer School offers a unique opportunity to engage with diverse expert speakers on topics that complement secondary school curricula.
A three-day intensive program for teachers of:
• Global/international politics
• Social and cultural studies
• European languages
• Day 1: The EU context in 2017
• Day 2: Brexit and reform in Europe
• Day 3: Opportunities for the EU, Australia and New Zealand
• International Politics
• European Languages
- Tuesday 17th–Thursday 19th January 2017, 8.45am–5pm
- Participation is free for all teachers from Australian and New Zealand secondary schools.
- - Register here
Tailored Professional Development
School and cluster groups, program led by museum staff
Museum experiences can have a powerful impact on student learning; a professional development workshop run by Immigration Museum education staff can be designed to school or cluster group needs.
Sessions can include immigration history and/or topical issues, current learning theory and its application to museum experiences, the deconstruction of exhibitions and practical activities for use in the classroom.
- Available Semester 1, Monday-Friday
- Negotiable, 9am-4pm.
- Prices vary depending on requirements
- Call 03 9927 2750 or email email@example.com