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Teach the new QCE Physics Syllabus with Oxford

About This Webinar

Join our free QCE Physics Units 1–4 webinar to support the implementation of the new General Senior Syllabus 2025, hosted by the expert team of QCE Physics teachers, authors and product developers at Oxford University Press.

Each attendee will receive a FREE copy of Physics for Queensland Units 1 & 2 Student Book (Fourth edition) complete with digital access (available upon publication in December 2024, T&C's apply*)

  • an overview of key changes to the content and assessment of the new syllabus – what’s in, what’s out, what’s moved
  • practical tips, advice, and a selection of ready-to-use resources that will help you save time and implement the new syllabus with confidence
  • a demonstration of the new features and functionality launching on Oxford Digital from Term 1 2025, including Live Lesson mode – an Australian first that lets you to say goodbye to traditional print-based lesson plans in favour of perfectly timed and sequenced interactive lessons with integrated classroom activities that will drive classroom engagement and participation
  • a sneak peek at our brand new QCE Physics resources coming for 2025
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Research Fellow and author of Physics for Queensland Units 1–4 (Fourth edition)
Dr Richard Walding began his career as a scientist and has extensive experience teaching both physics and chemistry, including two decades as Head of Science. Richard is also a research fellow at Griffith University and for the past decade has been researching the history and applications of electromagnetic induction particularly as related to harbour defence.
Richard was elected Fellow of both the Australian Institute of Physics and the Royal Australian Chemical Institute for his lifetime contribution to these disciplines. He was also awarded a Peter Doherty Award for work in STEM education and in 2019 received the Australian Institute of Physics (QLD Branch) Excellence in Physics Teaching award.