Study Advice for VCE Students!
Studying smarter rather than harder can help you learn faster and help you use your time more effectively. Let’s be honest; studying for SACS and exams can be time consuming, and is not the most exciting activity in your week.
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First semester is already in full swing! You and your child may still be adjusting to the hustle and bustle of primary school or secondary school. Succeeding in semester one is not only important for your child’s self-esteem, but also preps them for the semesters to come.
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It is time to ditch the bathers, beach towels and the pool for new textbooks and most importantly, an exciting new semester! Going back to school after a long holiday is both exciting and anxiety provoking. Sometimes the back-to-school transition can be quiet tough for parents and kids; we all must get back into school mode and adjust to the busy pace the school year brings.
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Meet Winnie Pritchett! Winnie studied a B.S. in Psychology and Political Science at Tulane University in the USA. She is originally from Miami, Florida.
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This week’s Spotlight is All-Star Tutor-Mentor Avrille Bylok-Collard! Avrille is in her final year of a Masters of Arts (Writing and Literature) at Deakin University. She is completing her thesis on gender-power dynamics within manga. Avrille loves botanical photography and her hobbies include reading, learning Japanese and watching documentaries.
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This week’s Spotlight is All-Star Tutor-Mentor Martyn van Reyk! Martyn is studying a Master of Teaching (Secondary) at the University of Melbourne. When he's not busy in class or studying, Martyn plays futsal and mixed-netball. He also loves watching the footy and going to live music events whenever he can.
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At the beginning of this week, we shared an article from The Age (read it here) that discussed the potential consequences of inconsistent school term lengths. After what seemed like a very quick 1st Term of only eight weeks, we now face the challenge of an eleven-week Term 2. Combine this with the onset of winter colds and a daily battle to leave the warmth of bed in the morning, and Term 2 consolidates itself as a genuine challenge to our childrens academic success. TutorBright aims to help so here are the steps you should take to avoid a burnout in Week 9 of the coming term.
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English is one of thekeysubjects studied by Victorian children and adolescents throughout their schooling years. The subject itself consists of a multitude of different areas, including the basics learnt in primary school such as spelling and grammar, as well as more complextopicstaught in secondary and VCE like language analysis of persuasive pieces and responsive essays to allocated texts.
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