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Master Study Skills for School Learners

This course is applicable for ALL school learners (Grade 4 -12).

The course helps you understand how your brain works, assesses your preferred learning style, and teaches different study techniques. The course helps improve comprehension, summarising and memory/recall. If you are finding it difficult to study or if you just want to improve your study tool skill set, this course is for you. We have included a really helpful workbook where you can practice what you have learnt. We suggest you print the workbook before you start.

What you’ll learn

  • Understand and use different study techniques to improve test/exam results
  • Make better study notes that they will remember
  • Improve comprehension and summarising
  • Use whole-brain thinking
  • Set goals and improve time management in tests/exams
  • Answer test questions properly

Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?

  • A positive attitude to learning

Who this course is for:

  • All school learners (Grade 4 – 12)
  • Learners who want to improve their test/exam results
  • Learners who are feeling overwhelmed by the idea of studying and would like to gain some confidence and independence when it comes to studying for your tests and exams
  • Parents who would really like to know how you can help your child
You can definitely pick and choose sections of the course to complete in your own time. We do advise that you do the assessments section (Finding out about your individual brain) first. The course can be done over a few days or a few weeks.
No, there is a workbook that comes with the course as well as two assessments. The assessments will evaluate the learners hemispheric dominance and learning preferences. The workbook has a number of practical examples that the learner can do as they follow the video content.
Any school learners as well as parents
Course available for 1825 days
Enrolled: 2485 students
Duration: 3.5
Lectures: 32
Video: 3.5
Level: Beginner

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