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Parent Information Student Wall Planner and Study Guide. Success Planner. Student Wall Planner. CHARACTERISTICS Prepared in School colours with crest Durable – last the student their schooling life Easy to use and fully illustrated on reverse side

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Parent

Information

Student Wall Planner

and Study Guide

Success

Planner

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Student Wall Planner

  • CHARACTERISTICS
  • Prepared in School colours with crest
  • Durable – last the student their schooling life
  • Easy to use and fully illustrated on reverse side
  • Simple to fill in, change, alter and update
  • Suitable for students Years 6 to 12 (+Uni)
  • Ideal communication tool for parents and student
  • Able to be used on a daily basis
real benefits
Real Benefits
  • Student Wall Planner allows PARENTS as PARTNERS with their child at home.
  • Students are de-stressed by developing a duplicated routine.
  • Staff have a reference to assist students.
positive aspects
Positive Aspects
  • The entire package caters to the students’ three learning styles
  • Entire study skills package (13 topics)
  • The very latest educational study skills material
  • VisualPowerPoint presentations for each study skills topic
  • Simple but great marketing tool for your school
team approach

Team Approach

Student

The Student Wall Planner works well with a constructive approach by school, parent and student.

Parent

School

student wall planner and study guide
Student Wall Planner and Study Guide

TheStudent Wall PlannerandMaster Study Guide Worksheets andPowerPoint Presentationsareverypowerfullearning toolsif usedcorrectly!

student wall planner
Student Wall Planner
  • Why was it developed?
      • (1) Help students to be more organised in their daily homework and study routine
      • (2) Provide parents with a tool so they can be more actively involved in their child’s daily homework, study and learning process
study wall planner
Study Wall Planner
  • Simple enough for all high school students to use
  • Place the Planner in the KITCHEN or similar place so parents can make regular reference to it – NOT in the student’s bedroom
study guide topics
Study Guide Topics
  • 4 x CORE TOPICS
  • All students do each Year
  • Each topic about 40 minutes with students
  • 9 OTHER TOPICS
  • A couple of topics per Year Group
  • Each topic about 40 minutes with students
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1 – Set Your Goals

  • With all Goal Setting there are three key points:
    • Be realistic with your goals
    • Set goals that are both positive and measurable
    • Develop strategies on how your goals are going to be achieved
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2 – Learn How To Study

  • Study is:
    • A routine that you organise and use to achieve your very best
    • An activity that requires discipline
2 learn how to study
2 – Learn How to Study….
  • What Study is
  • What Study is NOT!
  • Homework versus Study
  • Think About Your Homework and Study Habits
  • Checklist: Study
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2 - Analyse Your Time

  • When is the best time of the day to do Homework and/or Study:
    • Early in the morning before school?
    • After school – fresh in your mind?
    • In the evening after a meal and you are relaxed?
study information recall

Study Information Recall

With a new concept being taught, if no study is done within 24 hours, on average, we can forget up to 80% of what was taught.

However if the concept is studied within 24 hours it will take 7 days before 80% of the new concept is forgotten.

If you study the new concept a second time, within 7 days, it takes 30 days to forget 80% of the new material.

2 study record

2 - Study Record

The Student Wall Planner has a Study Record section.

Place a () in the box for each 30 minutesof study you do for each subject area.

Many students find this progress method encouraging.

3 understand and use your wall planner
3 – Understand and Use Your Wall Planner
  • Often the case for improvement in study is NOT to study ‘harder’ but rather study ‘smarter’.
  • Effective study comes from both a will within a student and a supportive environment around the student that also pushes them to stick to their study activities and routine.
3 student wall planner
3 - Student Wall Planner
  • The planner is designed to:
    • Help students organise their time far more efficiently
    • Allow students to become more aware of their study commitments in terms of assignments and assessments
    • Allow parents to be part of their child’s studysupportroutine
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3 - Plan for Success

  • An important part of study skills is being organised and seeing the bigger picture and set timelines
  • The Student Wall Planner allows students to map out their entire Term’s workin advance
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4 – Prepare for Examinations

(*) Longer than 40 minutes

  • Strategies that work OPS:
    • Organisation
    • Preparation and Practice
    • Study Skills
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4 – Prepare for Examinations

  • Organisation
    • Prioritise:
      • Commitments/Balance
    • Manage Your Time:
      • Study Timetable
      • Allocate time per subject
    • Hold Yourself Accountable:
      • Track and monitor progress
    • Be Prepared:
      • Know about the exam
      • Rehearse each section
      • Rehearse each type of questions
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4 – Prepare for Examinations

    • Preparation & Practice
  • Manage the Basics –Eating/rewards
  • Study Actively - Turn study into action
  • Take an Overview - Course & weighting
  • Target - Key concepts
  • Review Past Exam and Assessment Answers - Learn from your errors
  • Rehearsal
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4 – Prepare for Examinations

  • Study Skills – Active Process by:
  • Reading – learn to read with purpose
  • Writing Skills – be active with your notes
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4 – Prepare for Examinations

  • Exam Timeline Countdown
  • 2 – 6 weeks
  • The Day before the Examination
  • On the Day of the Examination
  • During the Examination
  • After the Examination
  • Examination Checklist
other topics in the study guide
Other Topics in the Study Guide
  • Recommendation:
  • Select 2 or 3 appropriate topics per year group
  • Use the material to supplement your current school resources
  • Cover the topics in Semester 2
  • See proposed time spread
5 know yourself learning style vak
5 - Know Yourself Learning Style VAK
  • Find out which of the three learning styles suits you best:
    • (V) Visual – seeing and writing
    • (A) Auditory – listening
    • (K) Kinesthetic – motor skills – action and doing
  • Your best learning style will help you with increased data retention and Study.
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5 - Know Yourself - Learning Behaviours

  • Knowing Your Dominant Intelligence(s).
    • Checklists
    • Graphing
  • Knowing Your Dispositions or
  • Habits of Mind
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5 - Know Yourself - Learning Behaviours

  • Knowing Your Level of Independence/Dependence:
  • ACTIVE LearnerOR
  • PASSIVE Learner
  • Changing your Habits
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6 – Handling Multiple

Choice Tests

  • The Multiple Choice Tests
  • Structure of Multiple Choice Tests
  • General Test Strategies
  • Before Beginning the Test
  • During the Test
  • Studying for Multiple Choice Tests
  • Reading of the Test:
    • First time and the
    • Second time
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6 – Coping with Test Anxiety

  • How Do I Know If I Have Test Anxiety?
  • What Can I Do About Test Anxiety?
  • Keys to Making Progress in Tests and Avoiding Anxiety and Stress
7 manage the basics
7 - Manage the Basics

Your Study Environment

Physical Space

Your Body

Exercise/Sleep/Diet

Your Availability to Others

Manage Peer to Peer Study Time

Checklist

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7 - Managing the Basics

  • Make sure your workstation is set to give you the best application and remember:
    • Good lighting
    • A comfortable chair
    • A desk that has enough room/shelving
    • Eating properly
    • Solid sleeping patterns
    • Email, Internet, TV, telephone
    • Routine
    • Family support
    • Friends support
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8 – Motivate Yourself

  • What is My Current State of Motivation? Checklist
  • What is Motivation?
  • Type of Motivation
  • Theories of Motivation
  • So What Motivates You? Checklist
  • What is Study Motivation?
  • Regaining Motivation
  • Take the 5 minute Challenge – getting started and gaining momentum
  • Motivation Journal – Daily for 5 weeks
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Goals

Feelings

Thoughts

Well –being

Exercise

Eating

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8 – Motivate Yourself

  • Your motivation triggers:
  • INTRINSIC FACTORS (within learning)
  • interest in the particular assignment?
  • the need to know and learn?
  • the desire to improve?
  • seek knowledge because knowledge is power?
  • to be able to do the things you want to do in life?
  • to better yourself?
  • Also called MASTERY GOALS as they focus on mastering the work
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8 – Motivate Yourself

  • EXTRINSIC FACTORS
  • (things outside the learning itself)
  • Want to make lots of money?
  • Want to do better than the others in the class?
  • Not want to let down your teacher?
  • Not want to disappoint your parents if you don't do well?
  • Not want to fail?
  • Also calledPERFORMANCEGOALSbecause they focus on achievement levels
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9 – Improve Your

Memory and Recall

  • How much can we remember?
  • What happens when we revise and study?
  • Recall information over time
  • What can we learn from this – Cramming Myth
  • How to improve your memory and recall
  • Mnemonic Devices
  • Using clues in rote learning
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9 – Improving Your Memory and Recall

For the average students after 5 repetitions they can retain almost 95% of what they learn

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9 – Improve Your

Memory and Recall

Fact:

  • If you are to revise that knowledge once gained, then you will be able to recall that data faster and retain the information for a longer period of time.
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9 - Recall Information Over Time For The Typical Student

% Recall

Final Exams

Topic

Test

1st Semester

Exams

Time

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10 - Use Mapping Strategies

  • A concept map is a diagram which shows the relationship that exists between concepts
  • It is used to help visualise key relationships that may exist.
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10 - Mind Mapping© Process

  • The Mind Mapping© process allows scope for the learner to:
    • Think and work smarter
    • Organise thoughts and ideas clearly
    • Present information with maximum impact
    • Learn faster and improve memory
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10 - Mind Mapping© Process

  • The Mind Mapping© process allows scope for the learner to:
    • Save lots of time
    • Be more productive
    • Excel in any area chosen to study or learn
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11 Take Control of Your Time Management and Multi-Tasking

  • Conquering Time Management
    • – prioritise & plan
  • Confronting Tasks and Assessments
    • – completing tasks on time and with quality
  • Weighing Up the Impact
    • – Strengths & Weaknesses as well as Risks and Opportunities
  • SWOT Analysis + Case Studies
  • Juggling Time Commitments
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11 Time Management and Multi-Tasking

  • Planning the Assessment, Assignment Task or Test:
    • STEP-BY-STEP
  • Deconstruct the Assessment, Assignment or Task
  • Group Members’ Responsibilities
  • Avoid Traps and Pitfalls:
    • Procrastination
    • Distractions and
    • Rationalisation
  • Gaining Momentum
  • Planning for Contingencies
  • On Completion – review the process
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12 –Note Making and

Note Taking

  • Why we need to make and take notes
  • Note Taking – practice of recording information captured from transient source – lecture, lesson
  • Note Making – return to the notes and make decisions about the relative importance of the information recorded
  • Note Making is a form of STUDY
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12 –Note Making and

Note Taking

  • Methods of Notes Making
  • Templates for Note Making and Note Taking
  • What Should You Write Down when Taking Notes?
  • Use the Cornell Method
  • Speeding Up Your Note Making and Note Taking
  • How to Summarise
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13 – Evolve as anIndependent Learner

  • Independence offer more freedom
  • Schools and parents expect:
    • Maturity
    • Behaviour
    • Organisation
    • Study
    • Time Management
    • Independence
    • Responsibility
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13 – Evolve as anIndependent Learner

  • One broad goal that all students work towards being a better learner is that they should not depend heavily on others.
  • Students should seek to become better independent learners.
13 become an independent learner

13 – Become an Independent Learner

In the case of independent learning, true progress is more accurately measured by their learning behaviour when confronted with challenging or extended work.

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13 - Take Responsibility and Act

  • Independent learners attempt their own ideas and solutions first before seeking assistance from others.
  • Strong independent learners also treat their ‘struggles’ as new ‘challenges’ to learn from.
participating schools

Participating Schools

Albany Senior High School

All Saints’ College

Alphington Grammar School

Al-Taqwa College

Annesley College

Applecross Senior High School

Aquinas College

Armadale Christian School

Auckland Grammar School

Auckland Seventh Day Adventist High School

Bacchus Marsh Grammar

participating schools3

Participating Schools

Epson Girls Grammar School

Faith Lutheran School

Firbank Grammar

Flinders Christian Community College

Fraser Coast Anglican College

Frederick Irwin Anglican School

Geelong College

Genesis Christian College

Gilmore College for Girls

Girrawheen Senior High School

Gleeson College

participating schools4

Participating Schools

Great Southern Grammar

Green Bay High School

Guildford Grammar School

Hale School

Heathdale Christian College

Highvale Secondary College

Hills Adventist College

Hunter Valley Grammar School

Hurstville Adventist School

Hutchinson School

participating schools6

Participating Schools

Kolbe Catholic College

Lake Joondalup Baptist College

Lalor Secondary College

Lara Secondary College

Lausanne Collegiate School

Lavengamalie Christian College

Lavengamalie Christian University

Loreto Normanhurst

Lumen Christi College

Macarthur Adventist College

Macleans College

Mandurah Baptist College

participating schools7

Participating Schools

Mandurah Catholic College

Manjimup Senior High School

Maranatha Christian College

Maranatha Christian School

Mentone Grammar

Mercedes College - SA

Mercedes College - WA

Mercy College

Middleton Grange School

Mildura Senior College

Moriah College

Mountain View Adventist College

participating schools9

Participating Schools

Prescott College

Prince Alfred College

Pymble Ladies’ College

Queenwood

Rostrevor College

Sacred Heart Girls' College

Saint Ignatius' College Adelaide

Saint Ignatius’ College Riverview

Saint Stephen’s School

Santa Maria College

participating schools10

Participating Schools

Servite College

Siena College

Somerville Baptist College

Somerville House

South Fremantle High School

Southlands Christian College

St Andrew's Anglican College

St Andrew's Lutheran School

St Augustine’s College - Sydney

St Brigid's College

St Clare’s College