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HSC Core In-Depth Webinar: Ask an Expert!

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HSC Core In-Depth Webinar: Ask an Expert!

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HSC Core In-Depth Webinar: Ask an Expert!

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Wednesday 7 October

4 – 5pm

This session is free, but we ask if you are able to, to please give a small donation of $8 at the checkout.

Preparing for the HSC exams certainly can be daunting, and sometimes it would be great to have an expert on hand to answer those last-minute tricky questions.

In this session, you can do just that!

Our expert panellists will be able to answer any last-minute questions you have before your exam, whether they be about content, source analysis techniques, or the exam itself.

The panel is made up of three Power and Authority experts:

  • Nicole Mansfield, a Senior Marker of HSC Modern History
  • Jonathon Dallimore, of the History Teachers Association
  • Dr Simon Holloway, an educator at the Sydney Jewish Museum

About our speakers

Nicole Mansfield

Nicole Mansfield is the Head of History at Shore and is currently a Senior Marker for the Power and Authority Section of the HSC Modern History Exam. In 2018 she was awarded a NSW Premier’s Teacher Scholarship, travelling to Germany and England to explore how best to teach and assess source skills.

Jonathan Dallimore

Jonathon Dallimore is the part-time Professional Officer for the History Teachers’ Association of NSW. He currently teaches at the University of New South Wales and the University of Wollongong. Jonathon contributed several chapters to the HSC Modern History Study Guide published by HTANSW in 2019 and has just written a book on Russia and the USSR (1917 – 41) due to be published in September 2020. He has also written several other books for HSC topics including Conflict in Indochina and Civil Rights in the USA.

Dr Simon Holloway

Dr Simon Holloway is an education officer at the Sydney Jewish Museum, where he runs seminars on the history of the Holocaust, with particular interest in Nazi racial science, Jewish resistance and the Oyneg Shabbas Archive. He has a PhD in Classical Hebrew and Biblical Studies, in which capacity he is occasionally employed as a sessional lecturer at the University of Sydney. Simon also teaches for Melton, where he has taught on the history of Jewish humour and the contents of the Cairo Geniza.

Curriculum links

  • Stage 6: HSC Modern History, Core Study – Power and Authority in the Modern World (1919-1946)

Product Description

Wednesday 7 October

4 – 5pm

This session is free, but we ask if you are able to, to please give a small donation of $8 at the checkout.

Preparing for the HSC exams certainly can be daunting, and sometimes it would be great to have an expert on hand to answer those last-minute tricky questions.

In this session, you can do just that!

Our expert panellists will be able to answer any last-minute questions you have before your exam, whether they be about content, source analysis techniques, or the exam itself.

The panel is made up of three Power and Authority experts:

  • Nicole Mansfield, a Senior Marker of HSC Modern History
  • Jonathon Dallimore, of the History Teachers Association
  • Dr Simon Holloway, an educator at the Sydney Jewish Museum

About our speakers

Nicole Mansfield

Nicole Mansfield is the Head of History at Shore and is currently a Senior Marker for the Power and Authority Section of the HSC Modern History Exam. In 2018 she was awarded a NSW Premier’s Teacher Scholarship, travelling to Germany and England to explore how best to teach and assess source skills.

Jonathan Dallimore

Jonathon Dallimore is the part-time Professional Officer for the History Teachers’ Association of NSW. He currently teaches at the University of New South Wales and the University of Wollongong. Jonathon contributed several chapters to the HSC Modern History Study Guide published by HTANSW in 2019 and has just written a book on Russia and the USSR (1917 – 41) due to be published in September 2020. He has also written several other books for HSC topics including Conflict in Indochina and Civil Rights in the USA.

Dr Simon Holloway

Dr Simon Holloway is an education officer at the Sydney Jewish Museum, where he runs seminars on the history of the Holocaust, with particular interest in Nazi racial science, Jewish resistance and the Oyneg Shabbas Archive. He has a PhD in Classical Hebrew and Biblical Studies, in which capacity he is occasionally employed as a sessional lecturer at the University of Sydney. Simon also teaches for Melton, where he has taught on the history of Jewish humour and the contents of the Cairo Geniza.

Curriculum links

  • Stage 6: HSC Modern History, Core Study – Power and Authority in the Modern World (1919-1946)
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