Because of the current restrictions Ken Webb is unable to come and lecture in schools. We are still hopeful that these restrictions will be lifted shortly, and Ken will be able to present to students later in the year. All Ken’s texts are now available as eBooks to assist students working from home. Go to www.getsmarteducation.com.au
Ken Webb frequently lectures to HSC students on various aspects of HSC Modern, Ancient and Extension History. For several years, he has also run Professional Development Courses and workshops for teachers on different aspects of Senior History.
Ken Webb was a HSC marker for twenty five years and is a member of the Independent Schools Examination Committee for Modern History. In 2012, Ken Webb was a NSW winner of the “National Excellence in Teaching” award.
Ken Webb is available to lecture in schools in Sydney, and across NSW and the ACT.
The lectures can focus on a specific aspect of a topic, exam technique or can be an overview, (or a combination of these), depending on the requests from individual schools. Bookings are being taken now for the 2020 cohort.
Topics that Ken Webb specialises is include:
- Power and Authority in the Modern World 1919-1946
- Russia / Soviet Union 1917-41
- Conflict in Europe 1935-45
- Conflict in Indochina 1954-79
- The Cold War 1945-91
- World War I (Year 11)
Extension History workshops are also available