We need 3-4 more participants for our Melbourne workshop in order for us to get the numbers we need to cover costs.
If you or anyone you know might be interested, please get in touch and let me know if you’ve got any questions.
Date: Friday and Saturday, February 22nd and 23rd, 2019
Location: Melbourne, Australia (Ivanhoe Grammar School, Ivanhoe)
Price: $249 p/p (USD)
Host: Travis Dixon (IB Psychology Teacher, Workshop Leader, Examiner, Author)
Registration: Closes Friday, January 18th.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
(Due to travel costs, a minimum of 10 participants will be required for the workshop to be confirmed – we will confirm the status of the workshop on January 16th based on registrations).
- Are you confused by the new IB Psychology curriculum?
- Are you thinking that you’re just staying afloat, or maybe feel like you’re drowning, and you want more out of the course?
- Are you worried your students won’t be prepared for their exams?
- Frustrated that you’re not getting more 7s?
- Curious about the thematic/themantic approach but not brave enough to take the plunge?
- Maybe you’re using ThemEd resources already and have a few questions?
- Maybe you just want some additional training.
If any of this sounds like you, our two-day workshop would be perfect for you. In two days we will answer all the questions that new and old IB Psychology teachers have, for a fraction of the cost of an IB-hosted workshop.*
Travis has spent years trying to decipher the clues and codes of the IB Psychology course requirements and now he feels he has plenty to share with other teachers that will help them enjoy teaching the course a lot more, while still keeping students engaged and ready for exam success.
- Snacks, coffees and lunch
- Teachers workbook (digital and hard copy)
- Heaps of free teaching resources and ideas
Teachers must make own travel and accommodation arrangements.
Over 8 sessions from 9am – 4:30pm, we will cover:
– Paper 1, 2 and 3
– Decoding the new curriculum
– Tips for developing critical thinking
– IA and EE tips