Learning for Life

Learning for Life

The fifth chapter taken from the Academic Success Formula is written by Gavin Hopper, an experienced international educational marketing professional. Throughout the chapter, Gavin discusses the importance of lifelong learning and how it’s so much more than enduring education just to pass exams. He looks in-depth at why learning new ideas and gaining understanding of new topics and concepts throughout life is so bene

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  • A Deeper Understanding of ADHD and How It Can Affect Learning

    Children with ADHD often experience a difficult time in school, especially with tasks such as sitting still, listening to instructions, completing homework and basic executive functioning skills. As a result of the unique challenges faced by some students with ADHD, it is common for these students to fall behind. . In fact, early issues with attention have been shown to have a negative impact on achievements at schoo

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  • Thinking about Homeschooling? Tutor Doctor's Tips to help you get started

    When starting to think about homeschooling, there’s often a lot to consider, which can be intimidating for many parents. From working out what you’re going to teach to finding the right resources, the first steps can be daunting. However, being responsible for your child’s education can be extremely beneficial, as it gives parents the freedom to determine what and how their kids learn. Having a clear plan and adoptin

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  • Computer Skills That Will Help You Get Hired and Promoted

    In today’s age of ever-growing technology, it’s never been more important to have a good set of computer-based skills. As most modern jobs involve using a computer, it’s no surprise that employees with strong computer skills often fare better in the job market, than those who don’t. In fact, many employers will expect current graduates to have good IT knowledge as a matter of course. Here’s some computer skills that

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  • The Power of One-to-one Tutoring

    The fourth chapter taken from the Academic Success Formula is written by former franchisee, Margot Bartsch.Throughout the chapter, Margot explores the importance of one-to-one tutoring and how having a mentor can drastically change a student’s outlook towards learning by providing a tailored experience, unique to anything taught in schools. She looks at why one-to-one tutoring is so powerful, providing insightful cas

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  • How and Why to Teach Your Children to be Financially Savvy

    Every parent wants their kids to enjoy healthy financial futures, yet, it’s easy to forget being smart with money isn’t necessarily taught at school and it’s up to you to provide them with a realistic understanding. Without basic knowledge of spending, saving and how to live modestly it can be easy to make bad financial decisions, especially when kids have their own financial freedom. That’s why it’s so important to

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  • How to Handle Revision Procrastination

    As exam season draws nearer, revision is likely at the forefront of your mind - or, at least, it should be. Procrastination is something we all fall prey to at one stage or another. When you have the whole internet at your fingertips, sitting down and focusing on one topic can be just as much of a struggle as your actual exams. Here are a few of the best ways to help navigate yourself into the right head space for ex

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