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How to study and increase your marks, from Andrew Fuller

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.

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Best of the Web: Let’s rethink Year 12, and more…

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.

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Andrew Fuller: Stay Calm and Carry On. How parents can help their VCE students

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.

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10 handy study apps for high school students

With the beginning of a new school year, parents are looking for ways to help their teenagers manage their workload and study. To help get you started, we've created a list of 10 handy study apps to share with your high school student.

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Best of the Web: TED’s inspiring holiday book list, the day the school saved my son’s life, and more…

TED's list of 68 books to inspire, a moving account of how quick-thinking school staff saved a boy's life, and helping the class of 2020 meet life's challenges.

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Andrew Fuller: How to study and increase your marks

Ahead of the exam season, leading adolescent psychologist Andrew Fuller gives his top tips to help students get the most out of their study time.

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Andrew Fuller: Tips and ideas to support your VCE student in this year like no other

We had hundreds of parents and carers join our webinar with clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller on helping senior students navigate these final few months. Here are his key messages and ideas.

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The Class of 2020: How we can support returning Year 12s

Many Year 12 students have developed amazing skills over the past few months, but they need particular support now they have returned to school-based learning. Peter Hanlon gets advice from the experts on what we can do to help.

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How to help Year 12 students get through a tough year

Keeping a routine, maintaining perspective, and staying connected - these are some of the ideas from University of Melbourne experts for families to support their Year 12 students, writes Joe Sullivan.

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