This bundle contains the following three study skills resources:
Study Hacks: Your Survival Guide for High School
Forget the idea of reading your books over and over again or highlighting entire paragraphs of information. Old-fashioned study methods are painful, boring and not very effective. There is a better way. This book will show you how.
Study Hacks is over 120 pages packed full of practical strategies students can start using immediately. This book is perfect for students who want to discover more effective ways to study and gain more free time.
Topics covered include:
And much, much more!
Procrastination Emergency Kit: Cards for Action
The Procrastination Emergency Kit is a box of 25 prompt cards to propel you into action.
This deck of cards helps you get started with whatever you need to do. Each prompt card contains a quick and easy strategy to combat procrastination and cultivate healthy work habits.
Regular use of these cards will reduce your stress levels and dramatically improve your productivity and wellbeing.
Procrastination emergencies include:
• “I’m not motivated to start”
• “I’m not in the mood to start”
• “I don’t know where to start”
• “This is boring. I don’t want to do it”
• “I have too much to do. Where do I start?”
• “I’m too tired to do this”
• “I want to bake/play games/watch cat videos”
• “I’m just a lazy person”
When you’re procrastinating the last thing you want to do is spend hours watching videos and reading books on how to stop procrastinating.
What you need are practical strategies that you can use immediately to help you shift from procrastination to action.
Smart Study: How to Study Less and Get More (comic book)
In the comic book Smart Study, Jane shares how she went from getting 1 out of 20 on her first test at law school to a Vice Chancellor’s Award for Academic Excellence and ultimately a PhD.
Through a series of fun images, the following topics are explored:
Smart Study is a story of hope, grit and perseverance. It shows that through hard work and using effective strategies, students can achieve their personal best.