Current thinking suggests that our kids will have multiple occupations in their lifetime, as the job market evolves and technology both creates and destroys jobs. If this is true, then our kids will need to upskill and re-skill multiple times to manage their livelihoods.
I believe teaching our kids how to learn effectively and develop into resilient long-term learners, is one of the best gifts we can give them.
Luckily, research shows us that there are mindsets we can develop, strategies we can apply and tools we can use to help us learn at our best.
Through Think Savvy, I hope to spread the benefits of working with your brain, not against it.
Let’s make learning simple!
Supporting your teenager to prepare for tests and exams can be tricky — unless you know how to work with your brain, not against it!
“Think Savvy, Revise Smart” is an easy-to-read guide for parents and teenagers, full of helpful hints to optimise exam revision.
With its easy-to-read writing style and practical strategies, this book is perfect for all students – from those who are struggling with the demands of high school learning, to those who are hoping to squeeze a little more out of their performance.
Do you like the convenience of being able to tap into resources where and when you need them?
The Think Savvy Learning Library is currently in development.
If you would like to know when this becomes available, please register below.
Knowing what study advice to provide your teenager can be confusing and sometimes, overwhelming.
These three-hour weekend workshops provide parents with an in-depth look at the science, strategies and tools behind Think Savvy.
You will gain confidence to support your teenager through senior school, helping to reduce stress, improve everyday life and encourage healthy habits for a lifetime.
Parent presentations are scheduled at different times of the year.
Parents often engage tutors to boost learning in individual courses, but have you considered helping your teenager to learn how to learn?
One-on-one coaching on an ‘as needed basis’ allows your teenager to obtain the customised learning support they need to succeed, when and how they need it.
Learning is a lifelong skill that will keep paying dividends well beyond the end of high school and is an investment in the future.
Students learn best when they are supported by a consistent, evidence-based approach from parents and teachers.
Curated school presentations are available on a range of topics, specific to a year group’s learning needs.