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“Thanks so much for the work that you did with our Year 11 ATAR students. They were thoroughly engaged and you even fired up one of the relief teachers who was supervising the session! She really enjoyed the session and thought that you were very engaging.”
“It was great to hear how many students went home and spoke to their parents about your presentation. I’ve also received fabulous feedback from our staff – yours really is the best Study Skills presentation I have seen!”
“It was so good to have you in. I was lucky to have my Year 12 class this arvo. At the very end of the class I asked them what they thought. They said that it was the best study session they have ever had. A couple showed me their A3 mind maps they had created since the talk. One girl did an awesome mind map where she collated your information from today and highlighted strategies she currently used and identified all the new tools she can try.”
“Thanks so much for coming to Mandurah Baptist College on Friday morning the 18th of March and talking to our Year 10s. I certainly benefitted from the strategies you’ve outlined and saw ways in which I could apply these to my own classes. I know the kids got a lot out of it too.
You made it fun and engaging and that’s exactly what they needed!”
“I’m one of the St Mary’s girls you visited today and I’m writing to thank you for speaking to us. I found everything you said so relatable and it definitely gave me motivation and ideas of better ways to approach study. I’ve even gone away and made a mind map summarising the points you spoke about!
I really enjoyed it, thanks again!”
“I’m a year ten student at Corpus Christi Collage and today you visited us and spoke about studying and the techniques. We have had many guest speakers discussing this topic but none were as helpful as you. For once I was fully focused and interested in your presentation, everyone was. I’m really grateful for the awesome tips you gave us and I’ve already put some of them into action, bookmarked your website and liked your page on Facebook. So I just wanted to say a huge thank you and a congratulations on actually making a difference in the way teenagers study today.”
Why Learning Fundamentals?
Jane shares her own lived experience with students. She doesn’t present from a script created by someone else.
Jane walks the talk and uses the practical strategies she shares with students on a daily basis.
Engaging & Interactive
Having worked with thousands of high school students for the past ten years, Jane understands how to effectively engage students and keep their attention.
Jane aligns her presentations and resources with the school’s values.
The study strategies Jane shares with students are based on empirical research.
What’s on the blog?
Do you ever feel like you can’t face the day?
Like everything feels too hard? And you can’t do it?
If so, I get it. I’ve been there (many times).
What I’ve found really helps when I’m feeling down is a little self care. And this usually involves taking some time out, […]
Is tidying and cleaning a form of procrastination?
It certainly can be.
If you’re spending hours of your day, dusting, picking up bits of fluff off the carpet and scrubbing floors, then yes. You’ve got a bad case of procrastacleaning.
Put simply, you’re avoiding living.
As professor (and expert on procrastination) Tim Pychyl says:
You’re not going to like what I’m about to say. Here goes!
They key to doing well at school (and in life) is to become comfortable with feeling uncomfortable.
The time has come to embrace boredom, anxiety, pain, and confusion.
Resist the urge to escape these uncomfortable mental states. Don’t distract yourself.
If you can sit […]