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Procrastination looks different for everyone, writes Dr Deborah Trengove. She shares her top procrastination-beating tips.
Children benefit when parents get involved in their learning. But when it comes to homework, parents need to be careful not to do it all for them, writes Melissa Barnes, part of our Best of The Parents Website series.
As Year 12 students look forward to 2022, some may be considering a gap year. But, writes Dr Judith Locke, it shouldn't be without some agreed guidelines in place.
What's the best – and worst – kind of motivation for your child to learn? Shane Green reports on new research that uncovers the answers.
The university Open Day season has arrived, tailored again to the pandemic. Careers expert Helen Green gives practical tips and advice for you and your teenager to make the most of Open Days 2021. Plus links to more info.
What's the best way to study effectively? Leading adolescent psychologist Andrew Fuller provides his study tips and advice, part of our Best of The Parents Website series.
Reshaping Year 12 with the best aspects of remote learning, the magic of the Bluey soundtrack explained, and a worrying report from the eSafety Commissioner about online abuse of young people.
Deborah Trengove shares some ideas about helping your child get a great start to the year and encourages a 'ready for anything' attitude to 2021.
In the latest in The Best of The Parents Website series, here's one of our most popular posts by clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller, on how you can support your student in Years 11 and 12.