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Teaching the Modern History Core: Power and Authority in the Modern World September 2024

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Teaching the Modern History Core: Power and Authority in the Modern World September 2024

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24 & 25 September
9.30am – 5.30pm on both days
$360  |  In-person

This Teacher Professional Development course will give history teachers the chance to enhance their classroom practice of HSC Modern History core unit of study, Power and Authority in the Modern World 1919-1946. Over two days, participants will enhance their historical content knowledge and see key pedagogical strategies for teaching this content and imparting source analysis skills. There will be numerous opportunities to explore the Museum’s collection, hear firsthand Holocaust survivor testimony, and engage in both individual and collegial tasks in order to design learning experiences for your students.

Completing Teaching the Modern History Core: Power and Authority in the Modern World will contribute 10 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Accredited PD in the priority area of Delivery and Assessment of NSW Curriculum/EYLF addressing standard descriptors 2.1.2 & 3.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

Catering is provided. This session will be held at the Museum.

If cost is a barrier, please get in touch with Lee-Anne Whitton, [email protected].

These Power and Authority syllabus dot-points will be covered:

  1. An overview of the peace treaties which ended World War I and their consequences
  2. The conditions that enabled dictators to rise to power in the interwar period
  3. The rise of the Nazi party and Hitler in Germany and the collapse of the Weimar Republic
  4. The initial consolidation of Nazi power 1933–1934
  5. The nature of Nazi ideology
  6. Prominent individuals
  7. The various methods used by the Nazi regime to exercise control, including laws, censorship, repression, terror, propaganda, cult of personality
  8. The impact of the Nazi regime on life in Germany, including cultural expression, religion, workers, youth, women, minorities including Jews
  9. Opposition to the Nazi regime

 

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24 & 25 September
9.30am – 5.30pm on both days
$360  |  In-person

This Teacher Professional Development course will give history teachers the chance to enhance their classroom practice of HSC Modern History core unit of study, Power and Authority in the Modern World 1919-1946. Over two days, participants will enhance their historical content knowledge and see key pedagogical strategies for teaching this content and imparting source analysis skills. There will be numerous opportunities to explore the Museum’s collection, hear firsthand Holocaust survivor testimony, and engage in both individual and collegial tasks in order to design learning experiences for your students.

Completing Teaching the Modern History Core: Power and Authority in the Modern World will contribute 10 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Accredited PD in the priority area of Delivery and Assessment of NSW Curriculum/EYLF addressing standard descriptors 2.1.2 & 3.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

Catering is provided. This session will be held at the Museum.

If cost is a barrier, please get in touch with Lee-Anne Whitton, [email protected].

These Power and Authority syllabus dot-points will be covered:

  1. An overview of the peace treaties which ended World War I and their consequences
  2. The conditions that enabled dictators to rise to power in the interwar period
  3. The rise of the Nazi party and Hitler in Germany and the collapse of the Weimar Republic
  4. The initial consolidation of Nazi power 1933–1934
  5. The nature of Nazi ideology
  6. Prominent individuals
  7. The various methods used by the Nazi regime to exercise control, including laws, censorship, repression, terror, propaganda, cult of personality
  8. The impact of the Nazi regime on life in Germany, including cultural expression, religion, workers, youth, women, minorities including Jews
  9. Opposition to the Nazi regime

 

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Terms and conditions:

This ticket gives access to the Museum and all exhibitions.

To redeem your ticket purchase, you must present either a paper or electronic version of this receipt to the Museum’s admissions desk on arrival.

Tickets are valid for 6 months from the date of purchase and can only be used once.

Tickets cannot be cancelled, refunded, exchanged or duplicated.

If you have purchased a concession ticket, please provide appropriate identification on entry to the Museum.

General information:

The Museum opening hours are:
Monday-Thursday: 10am-4pm
Friday: 10am-3pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: 10am-4pm

We are also closed on Jewish Holidays. Please check our website for full details.

The Museum has launched an app for iPhones on which you can listen to the voices of Holocaust survivors and perpetrators during your visit to the Museum. We recommend you download the SJM Voices app prior to your arrival. If you have an android phone, please ask at the admissions desk for assistance.

Due to the sensitive nature of the content in the Holocaust exhibition, we recommend that children no younger than 11 years of age attend, and that children under 13 years of age are accompanied by an adult at all times.

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