When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new. JP McEvoy, Writer, 1897-1958

The views of students, parents and teachers are the largest contributor to the ongoing development of Study Skills For Teens. Our approach to listening and learning has three parts.

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Advisory Board

Study Skills For Teens works closely with an Advisory Board made up of educational professionals, students and parents. All members have been carefully selected to ensure the board is well balanced, representative of Study Skills For Teens users and able to offer detailed insights and opinions on:

  • Emerging trends and research.
  • Ongoing development of additional resources and sections.
  • Our involvement in the community and a range of other initiatives.

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Feedback

We encourage and welcome all feedback from the students, parents and educators who currently use Study Skills For Teens.

The feedback received via email and in conversations with educators is combined with views that we proactively encourage via online polls, surveys and competitions.

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Advisory Panel

Study Skills For Teens also consults and works with several Advisory Panels. These panels are much larger than our Advisory Board, with the broader membership located across the world and designed to provide opinions on:

  • Specific study skill sets
  • How to best engage and integrate study skills into daily life.
  • What may have assisted in their academic journey (with the benefit of hindsight).

- Application For Advisory Panel -

If you have completed high school, have a little time, an opinion and would like to get involved … we’d like to thank you for your interest and invite you to complete the application form below.