May Masterclass 2019: Ready, set ... mark!

May Masterclass: Ready, set ... mark

The May Masterclass will be held at University of Queensland, St Lucia  on 18th May, 2019 for the full day - 9:00 am to 2:30 pm.

This event will focus on task design, moderation, quality assessment, and assessment and standards for years 7-10.

The program is available here now and registrations are open. A registration form is available for those who wish to register offline.

Registrations will close on Friday 10 May, 2019.

Registration will be in the Llew Edwards Building on Campbell Road. See map

Cancellation Policy - a full refund of registration fee will be made for any cancellation received by Friday 10 May. A 50% refund will apply between 10th and 14th May, after that date no refund will be possible.

Schools may of course, substitute one person for another but please let us know the names so we can prepare the appropriate Certificate of Participation and name tag..

Participants may choose different stands for session 3 and session 4.

When you register online, you will get an on-screen confirmation message, no message? you have not completed the registration process. if you are unsure, contact trish.purcell@bigpond.com.

Your preferences are downloaded when you register, if you need to make a change please email us with the details. Changes made online are unlikely to be picked up.

Email message re location, and parking at UQ, and other details will be sent to everyone registered on  Wednesday 15 May.

A map of the University of Queensland is available at https://maps.uq.edu.au/st-lucia

 

 

 

Venue:University of Queensland
Starting:9:00 AM
Saturday 18th May 2019
Ending:2:30 PM
Phone Enquiries:0455 464 000
Email Enquiries: trish.purcell@bigpond.com

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