This week's Spotlight All-Star Tutor-Mentor is Jack Gromer. Jack is studying a Bachelor of Secondary Education (Honours) and a Bachelor of Arts at Monash University. He enjoys reading and watching TV shows. Jack also loves playing soccer, mountain biking, hiking and snowboarding.
These days, homework has become a regular part of the daily routine of our kids, from the early years of Prep "readers" to the many hours expected of VCE students. An important factor to how successful homework sessions are the environment in which the study takes place. Which is why we've compiled a checklist for you to organise an A+ study space!
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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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As the first term of 2016 nears to an end, parent teacher interviews begin to takeplace. Whatcan sometimes be an overwhelming, academic version of musical chairs can also be incredibly informative. The outcomes can be disheartening to some student, encouraging to others, and hopefully motivating to all. However, as we all know, teachers are busy people. Therefore, the time you spend speaking to each of your childs educators tends to be limited to only five to ten minutes. Here are our tips on how to get the most out of every second of your parent-teacher interviews.
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