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    Preparing for the 2023 HSC Chemistry Exam 20/5/23

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    Event description

    This interactive workshop contains brand new resources for Chemistry teachers, helping them to analyse the 2022 exam and best prepare their students for the 2023 HSC. 

    In this workshop, teachers will:

    • leverage 2022 RAP Analyses to benefit Chemistry teaching and learning
    • scrutinise the 2022 exam for emerging themes and commonplace mistakes by students
    • perform a variety of Chemistry calculations
    • pilot mark brand new bespoke questions and sample answers
    • unpack and attempt a brand new 9-mark question
    • identify strategies for cross-module questions
    • collaboratively develop an exam-style question with marking criteria and exemplar answer

    All teachers will walk away with a variety of resources to assist their students in their forthcoming exams.  Also, all attendees will receive our bespoke RAP Analysis Spreadsheet upon registration to use for their own exam analysis meetings at school.

    New Accreditation

    Completing Preparing for the 2023 HSC Chemistry Exam will contribute 5 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Accredited PD in the priority area of Delivery and assessment of NSW Curriculum/Early Years Learning Framework addressing standard descriptors 1.1.2 and 2.1.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.​

    Workshop Delivered by Dr Col Harrison

    Col began teaching in Sydney's golden west in 1988. Since then he has worked in the public and private sector as well as holding several roles in teacher training and development with Peer Support Australia and Beaconhouse in the United Arab Emirates. He has HSC marking experience in Biology and Chemistry and has a YouTube channel to support flipped learning in the classroom. Col is the current Head of Science and Leader of Professional Learning at St Philip's Christian College, Port Stephens.


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