We share the strategies and habits that help teenage students to study effectively.
By the end of high school most students will have spent hundreds of hours completing homework and preparing for exams. For some teenagers the ability to study comes naturally and doesn’t require much improvement. Unfortunately for others it’s a different story – they find it difficult to stay motivated, avoid procrastination, create good study notes, concentrate and manage stress.

Study Skills For Teens helps to change this and makes it easier to study with an online resource that is:
  • Easily used by schools, parents and teenagers

  • Well researched and easy to read

  • Flexible and offers a choice of accounts

  • Designed to reduce administration for schools

  • Affordable

  • Accessible on tablets and desktops

What helps teenagers study more effectively?
Study Skills For Teens-Procrastination

Procrastination

Study Skills For Teens-Motivation

Motivation

Study Skills For Teens-Time Management

Time Management

Study Skills For Teens-Study Support Team

Study Support Team

Study Skills For Teens-Stress Management

Stress Management

Study Skills For Teens-Knowledge Development

Knowledge Development

Study Skills For Teens-Exam Preparation and Strategy

Exam Preparation
and Strategy

Study Skills For Teens-Note Taking

Note Taking

Study Skills For Teens-Effective Reading

Effective Reading

Study Skills For Teens-You and Study Fundamentals

You and Study: Fundamentals

Study Skills For Teens-Memory Enhancement

Memory Enhancement

Study Skills For Teens-Concentration and Focus

Concentration
and Focus

We understand teenage students and
how good habits are developed.

Mindset

Strategy Slide One

Studying is best completed without guilt, fear and other negative emotions.

Knowledge

Strategy Slide One

Studying smart is just as important as studying hard.

Easy

Strategy Slide One

Study Skills don’t need to be complicated.

Potential

Strategy Slide One

Academic potential is often higher than expected.

Balance

Strategy Slide One

Having a balanced life and outlook improves a student’s ability to learn and study.

Unique

Strategy Slide One

Every teenager is different and will have their own pathway to academic success.

Study Skills For Teens

 

is different

Wondering why so many parents and schools choose us?

  • 1

    Developed for teens

    Developed for teens

    Helping to improve a teenager’s study skills is all we think about. This means that we don’t get distracted or need to rework information that was originally created for other audiences (and hoping that no one notices).

    2

    No amazing names

    No amazing names

    … to help describe what we do and how we do it to somehow justify charging you more.

    3

    No advertisements

    No advertisements

    Not today, not tomorrow, not ever. This means no extra distractions for students and a layout that suits the information, not a sales target.

    4

    No ‘sign-up’ fees

    No ‘sign-up’ fees

    How do you feel when you buy (or apply) for a service and are greeted with ‘Thanks for choosing us. By the way there is an administration fee of $x to create your account’?

    5

    Consider all perspectives

    Consider all perspectives

    Students (past and present), Parents, Teachers (career and new starters), Psychologists, Tutors, Principals, Year Masters. If you think we’ve missed anyone, please let us know.

    6

    Community minded

    Community minded

    We actively approach and work with many not-for-profit organisations that mentor and work with students or fundraise for other worthy causes.

    7

    We welcome all feedback

    We welcome all feedback

    We believe that some of the best ideas and feedback come from students, parents and other educators. If anyone is prepared to take the time to let us know what they think, we are happy to listen.

    8

    No waffle

    No waffle

    Having and sharing a large amount of information on any topic is easy, but often not very useful. Knowing and only including what is relevant, while keeping it short and easy to absorb is helpful.

    9

    Quick

    Quick

    It is possible to have a School Account applied for, created, communicated and being used by all members of the school community in less than a week. Personal Accounts are even quicker.

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    Not just study skills

    Not just study skills

    Getting a good night’s sleep isn’t a study skill, but it is hard to learn/study if you haven’t slept well for weeks. We’ve included information on this and many other parts of life that can impact study performance.

    11

    No add-ons or tiered access

    No add-ons or tiered access

    We don’t offer some of the information for one price and then offer all the information for a higher price.

    12

    Privacy

    Privacy

    … is easy to talk about but rarely given much thought. We don’t require students to create accounts that require names, DOBs, addresses etc, which means no privacy issues for anyone, including schools.

    13

    Free trial

    Free Trial

    A free trial is a free trial. If we offer a free trial and you then decide to apply for an account - your subscription starts from the date you apply, not the beginning of the trial.

    14

    Our ‘Voice’

    Our ‘Voice’

    We don’t use jargon, guilt or a lecturing tone with words such as ‘should’ or ‘you must’, as they rarely deliver positive and long term outcomes for teenagers.

    15

    Authentic and balanced

    Authentic and balanced

    We understand that teenagers are looking for something real and easy to use – not tricks and hidden agendas.

    16

    Permanent and accessible

    Permanent and accessible

    Being online and always available means that we avoid what tends to happen after a one hour presentation or course - slides or workbooks are ‘filed’ or misplaced and much of what was learnt is quickly forgotten.

    17

    Easy for schools

    Easy for schools

    We are not ‘another system’ that needs IT support to embed it in an Intranet, administrators to remove/add students, password resets, hours of training or complicated systems that are not intuitive.

    18

    Flexible

    Flexible

    We understand that every student is different. All topics covered are independent of each other and able to be worked through in a range of different ways.


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