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21 Sep

Why Collaborative Learning Is Important?

There’s a reason that the NSW BOSTES Syllabus specifically sets “communicates with peers and known adults in informal and guided activities demonstrating emerging skills of group interaction” as the topmost outcome. The findings of Vygotsky and many other renowned scholars has found that communication is a key facet to learning. In a student’s beginning years […]

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21 Sep

The Benefits of Learning Another Language

The common belief used to be that being multilingual lessened your educational capabilities; slowing you down due to the necessity to learn information in two languages at once. However, studies have discovered that talking in at least two languages leads to incredible educational advantages. The brains of bilingual individuals work distinctly in contrast to single […]

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21 Sep

How Music Helps With Maths

Children who take an interest in music lessons indicate more grounded spatial thinking abilities than those without music guidance. Children figure out how to use memory strategies methodically, with these routine procedures moving to the forefront while redundant methods fade to the background. Figuring out how to think methodically, enables kids to create foundational abilities […]

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21 Sep

Advance Your English

English is a compulsory subject from kindergarten to year twelve, taught in most schools here in Australia. Australia has a very heavy monolingual bias which is heavily woven into our legal, educational and commercial systems. Therefore, expertise in english is greatly rewarded, and broken grammar, bad spelling or otherwise poor english often correlate with less […]

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21 Sep

Take The Next Step In Mathematics

There are many students in Australia who excel at maths, but are not certain how to take their knowledge to a further level. They are limited by the level of maths that the rest of their class requires. If you are an individual who has great maths skills you may feel that there is no […]

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2 Aug

Changes to the HSC syllabus

What are the changes? From 2018, The NSW Education Standard Authority (NESA) is implementing new preliminary and HSC syllabuses for a number of subjects. These areas include English, Mathematics, Science and History. The aim of this change is to ensure that students graduating with a Higher School Certificate are ready for continued education and/or the […]

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16 Jul

How to deal with bullying?

Bullying is the act of repetitively harming an individual emotionally, physically or mentally. One out of four students are bullied each week. Children who are being bullied on a daily basis need to learn how to put an end to it. Though standing up to it is the commonly touted solution, truthfully, it is hard […]

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14 Jul

The Significance of HSC

Year 12 is the last year of your high school studies, and from then on people continue their learning journey through different sources such as, TAFE, University, or even going straight to work. However, if students have decided to continue with Year 11 and 12, they are completely aware of the HSC and work extremely […]

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13 Jul

Using Technology In Learning

Technology is used in almost every school for the teaching of students of all ages. It is, therefore, a topic of extreme significance to the wellbeing of future generations. One of the most crucial, and most difficult, aspects of teaching a child is to get them to be interested in learning. Technology provides children with […]

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11 Jul

NAPLAN Changes

There have been recent changes to the HSC standards. That is,

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