Adam Brodie-McKenzie completed a Bachelor of Law/Arts (Hons) at the Australian National University, with a major in International Relations and specialisation in International Law for his Law Degree. He teaches VCE Global Politics and Legal Studies at the University High School. Adam is also the interschool debating coordinator and sub-school coordinator at the school. He is an experienced VCAA Examination Assessor for Global Politics and part of the panel considering amendments to the Global Politics Study Design. As well as being actively involved within his school, Adam works with other organisations to support teachers and students in learning by presenting at conferences, writing practice exams and conducting workshops on Global Politics.
“Just generally excellent, felt a tad long but overall it did not matter as the day continued to hold our interest.” James Robinson Wesley College
“Incredibly useful information provided. Really enjoyed writing sample answers and the evaluation process. Tips were helpful and I feel more prepared now. Lecturer was clear and venue was appropriate.” R Phalange
“Excellent way to engage students rather than just sitting and listening, loved the questions and the approach to involving us in the days learning.” Student Killester College.
“Presenter was extremely helpful and inspired further learning and knowledge development of the subject and insight into exam technique.” Student St Leonards College
“This workshop not only helped me gain a better understanding of the GP course content we have learnt through the year but to remember and revise it, along with many useful approaches to tackling end of year exam questions. I found the day very beneficial.” Student Firbank Grammar School