Neil Kusi-Appauh



Member since
05/12/2008

Neil Kusi-Appauh

I am passionate about teaching.

Neil has degrees in (Science) Psychology and Economics, a Diploma of Education and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. He is currently Head Teacher Social Science at Five Islands Secondary College and works as a Masters of Education HSIE methods lecturer for Wollongong University. He has extensive experience as a HSC marker in Business Studies and Society and Culture as well as serving as SOM and Senior Marker in Legal Studies, was a member of the Legal Studies syllabus writing team, runs HSC student lectures teacher seminars and has authored Preliminary and HSC texts.

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Inspiration in teaching Legal Studies
by Michael Rochester on 12/04/2018

Well-presented, well-paced, thoroughly researched and very relevant, especially for teachers new to Legal Studies.

Inspiration in teaching Legal Studies
by Jodie Hume on 12/04/2018

Great coverage of the course. Great resources and collegial discussion. Clear understanding of topics and teaching strategies of various content areas.

Inspiration in teaching Legal Studies
12/04/2018

A great use of time. Advise on how to use different teaching strategies. Lots of hands-on resources.

Inspiration in teaching Legal Studies
by Hannah King on 12/04/2018

Excellent resources and explanation of effective ways to teach Legal Studies.

Inspiration in teaching Legal Studies
12/04/2018

Great presenter, resources and skill-building.

Teaching Society and Culture – a beginner’s guide
by Emma Kaiser on 16/03/2018

Very practical and accessible. Great for those of us starting out.

Teaching Society and Culture – a beginner’s guide
16/03/2018

Highly detailed, good notes. Time to have questions asked/answered.

Teaching Society and Culture – a beginner’s guide
16/03/2018

Very relevant. Lots of practical ideas. Practical advice for Prelim, HSC and PiP.

Teaching Society and Culture – a beginner’s guide
by Ellie Dennis on 16/03/2018

Very good resources. Thank you!

Teaching Society and Culture – a beginner’s guide
16/03/2018

Clearly organised, well resourced. Clear how to apply in the classroom.

Teaching Society and Culture – a beginner’s guide
16/03/2018

Really good for foundational and introductory knowledge for SAC. Good use and example of potential depth studies and activities.

Teaching Society and Culture – a beginner’s guide
16/03/2018

A really great day providing detail on the SAC course. Would have enjoyed a little more discussion on Prelim.

Teaching Society and Culture – a beginner’s guide
16/03/2018

Well-structured to Prelim and HSC + PiP. Concrete examples of activities and strategies that can be used in class. Answered concerns I had about teaching the course.

Inspiration in teaching Business Studies
by Stefanie Leotta on 08/03/2018

I am a huge fan of Neil! His courses leave you feeling confident and he provides you with so many resources and ideas ready for the classroom. Thank you Neil!

Inspiration in teaching Business Studies
by Chris Seagrave on 08/03/2018

Neil is an engaging and empowering presenter who keeps the sessions fun, interesting and productive.

Inspiration in teaching Business Studies
by Shea Rigney on 08/03/2018

Gave me a very good understanding of the course and provided excellent resources.

Inspiration in teaching Business Studies
by Rebecca Morrison on 08/03/2018

Amazing course. I learned so much!

Inspiration in teaching Business Studies
08/03/2018

Great hands on resources, used elaboration by relevant case studies. Achieved my goals for this PD.

Inspiration in teaching Business Studies
08/03/2018

I’m new to teaching Business Studies. Neil has lit a fire in me to teach it well. He seems passionate and knowledgeable. I am now looking forward to teaching it this year.

Inspiration in teaching Business Studies
08/03/2018

A really good introduction to the subject for a first year teacher. Fantastic resources to take away. I am excited to implement what I learned in my classroom.