FREE PARENT WEBINAR
March 24th 2021 @ 6PM (AEDT)
Elevate is an award-winning organisation that has been working with your child’s school to help them become more effective learners.
This webinar gives parents a practical look at the process of note-making for school. It shows how many students misunderstand the basic reason to make notes, and as such, utilise ineffective techniques. By the end of the webinar you will see what your child's notes should be looking like and how you can help them stay on course.
WHAT YOU GET IN THIS LIVE EVENT
1. Strategies for improving your child’s study routines while the coronavirus threatens their productivity.
2. Learn the “behind-the-scenes” secrets that Elevate’s coaches share with their coaching students that get them top marks each year.
3. Access the parent community to see how other parents are coping and what you can implement today.
4. Gain FREE ACCESS to downloadable templates that can give you the control and visibility you need to assist your child.
5. Learn about 1:1 Online Student Coaching to understand how Elevate’s young coaches are helping students across the UK to find a new way to study.
MEET YOUR PRESENTER
Jake is one of the Head Coaches at Elevate Education.
He has presented 500+ workshops to 40,000+ students, parents and teachers across the country with one goal: to help students study smarter not harder. He believes that empowering parents with the knowledge to make real change in their child’s study habits is a crucial part of that. He can’t wait to share how you can do that in this webinar.
ELEVATE HELPS OVER 1 MILLION STUDENTS ANNUALLY
Elevate Education works with students across Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, South Africa, New York, California, and the United Kingdom
Trusted by 3000+ schools
Elevate partners with over 3000 schools worldwide to understand their challenges, techniques, and processes for maximising student success.
Elevate Education’s study skills are based off research and best practice knowledge from working with schools globally for 19 years.