The top students aren’t necessarily the cleverest students. They are the ones who know how to use and manage their time most effectively. The good news is that any child can learn these same study secrets and take the stress out of their schooling.
Our study skills sessions are designed not just to help your students learn the content to pass their school subjects, but to develop the skills and foundations for lifetime success.
Each workshop addresses a key study technique, breaking it down into 5 simple steps and providing actionable tips and tricks to help all students improve their habits.
All students, regardless of the subjects they study, need these skills to succeed not only in ATAR, but in every facet of life.
By purchasing our workshops, students will have access to:
a lesson outlining the skills and providing clear examples and explanations
a workbook for the topic
interactive quizzes and activities related to the topic
a FB group of like-minded students
access to teaching experts to answer questions and provide advice
a communication system that ensures your child feels part of a community, and a level of accountability to complete and implement the course
Students can choose from a number of different topics, depending on what areas they feel need some support.
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This workshop is designed to explore different ways of seeing and interpreting images and texts and shows students alternative techniques to help them develop and access all parts of their brain and be more open to learning new techniques.
This course will help students identify their strengths and weaknesses, their current habits and areas for improvement. It explores a range of different study techniques to help them select that will work best.
This course will help you identify the techniques you use to procrastinate and the reasons behind it. Once you know why you do it, you can select from a range of proven strategies that will help you overcome the bad habit.
In this workshop, students will learn the skills to develop a more positive and grateful outlook. Deciding to be grateful for even the smallest of things in your everyday life can help change your whole attitude.
In this workshop, students learn simple but effective techniques to help them identify stress triggers and warnings and make adjustments to their daily habits to help them minimise the amount of stress they feel.
In this workshop, students will learn to understand how sleep deprivation, and lack of nutrition affect the brain. In contrast, they will understand the best foods and behaviours that will nurture, develop and significantly increase brain function.
“In this workshop, students will understand how focusing on the 6 key elements in any piece of writing (ideas; organisation; voice; word choice; fluency; conventions) will help them produce clear, effective texts that meet the task requirements.”