Parents are one of the most important assets to guide student’s development of good study habits.
Helping your child develop good study and learning skills will prepare your child for success at school and in their future studies and career.
There are some key skills every parent should ensure their child has to help your child achieve success, these include:
Academic Task Force has a number of tools and resources to help students develop good study and learning skills.
To find out what type of learner your child is, download our survey form here. You can use this information to help your child direct their learning in a way that is most beneficial. For example, if your child is a visual learner, your child will retain more information when they learn through seeing, such as watching a video, creating mind maps, use different coloured highlighters on notes, when learning a new concept close your eyes and visualise this concept in your head.
Academic Task Force has Study Skills and Learning Skills courses throughout the year for students in Years 7 - 12. Further information and current timetables can be found below: