Posts in Education

Note -Taking - An exploration on how to take notes

03 March, 2019

Note -Taking - an exploration on how to take notes By RPJ as published on The Questng Child [... (more)

How to help your teen find their path after high school

30 January, 2019

How to help your teen find their path after high school By Sally Payne, Associate Dean of Studies, UTS Insearch   Students have many different options after hig... (more)

How to Prepare for the Transition from Year 11 to Year 12

22 October, 2018

How to Prepare for the Transition from Year 11 to Year 12 By Rowan Kunz   The transition from Year 11 to Year 12 can be challenging. The workload increases, exp... (more)

Tutoring - how to make the most of it

19 September, 2018

Tutoring - how to make the most of it By Ros Gillieatt   As university, scholarships and jobs become more competitive, many parents worry that their child will ... (more)

Should parents take their teens out of school for family holidays?

30 August, 2018

Should parents take their teens out of school for family holidays? Exploring Teens written debate - Series #1, debate #6 (To ensure you don't miss any of o... (more)

Mum’s house, Dad's house at exam time: A survival guide

14 August, 2018

Mum’s house, Dad's house at exam time: A survival guide By Julianne Greenfield and Davide Di Pietro   ... (more)

How to pick HSC subjects

31 May, 2018

How to pick HSC subjects By Sally Payne, Associate Dean of Studies, UTS Insearch   “What subjects should I take for my HSC?” is a question I of... (more)

I don’t know about you…but I’m excited!

18 February, 2018

I don’t know about you……but I’m excited   ... (more)

How to Deal with an ATAR Surprise

06 December, 2017

How to Deal with an ATAR Surprise By Helen Green When I received my VCE results, the postman who I thought held my ‘fate’ at the time, decided to ride pas... (more)

The Leap to High School

15 November, 2017

by Jenny Atkinson   For many children, leaving the familiarity of primary school and heading into the unknown world of high school can be like a rollercoaster ride — ... (more)