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Drew Skellern

Individuals and Societies Teacher

Master of Education (Global Learning) - Charles Darwin University
Bachelor of Arts (History) - Australian Catholic University
Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary: Humanities) - Australian Catholic University

Drew is an experienced international school educator who has taught in Australia and Hong Kong. As a History specialist, Drew aims to establish classroom environments that are open to inquiry-based learning to nurture a child's curiosity, growth and engagement in the world’s rich, diverse and contentious histories. In encouraging learners to don different lenses to see history, Drew wants them to use their critical thinking skills to question and interrogate history so they can confidently form their own opinions informed by evidence and reason. As a believer in lifelong learning, Drew is currently undertaking a Master of Education in Global Learning, committed to understanding and shaping a nexus of worlds in his own classroom. Outside of school, Drew is an adventure enthusiast - a keen surfer, snowboarder, scuba diver and hiker. He enjoys the whims of travel and the discovery of new foods, cultures and places, often using these experiences to inform his own teaching with memorable stories.

 


 

English National Curriculum

Year 7: Humanities
Year 8: Humanities
Year 9: Humanities

International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (IB-MYP)

Year 7: Individuals and Societies
Year 8: Individuals and Societies
Year 9: Individuals and Societies

Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE)

Year 10: Global Perspectives, History
Year 11: Global Perspectives, History

International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB-DP)

Year 12: Extended Essay (EE), History
Year 13: Extended Essay (EE), History