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Analyse and interpret sources of information

Date Published: 16/11/2021

The ability to critically analyse sources of information is essential in a world where the media may present information that is biased or even fake. Source analysis is also important in the Humanities department and comprises a significant portion of

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Making the Most of Class Time

Date Published: 02/11/2021

Making the most of class time is one of the best strategies you can use to improve your learning outcomes.  The following advice is from Enhanced Learning – a company who focus on skills for student learning. We highly recommend

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Improving writing

Date Published: 18/10/2021

Writing is very important to classroom learning success. It is one of the key tools used to communicate knowledge, yet many students struggle with putting their ideas in writing.  We would like to remind students that there are several resources available to

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Study Tips for Students: Overcoming Procrastination

Date Published: 12/10/2021

It’s the start of Term 4.  Some of us feel ready to tackle the books but others find it difficult to get going in this final term. Do you ever find yourself procrastinating? You mean to start work on an

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Study Skills Tips for Remote Learning at Home

Date Published: 02/08/2021

We remind students of the section that has been added to the Study Skills Handbook: Tips for Remote Home Learning. You can find this useful resource here: http://www.studyskillshandbook.com.au/inside/remotehomelearning.php.  This handy guide takes you through the following stages with helpful tips

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Review to Improve Results

Date Published: 12/07/2021

STUDY SKILLS TIP FOR JULY Evaluating Areas to Improve  Over the mid-year break, it is easy to put all thoughts of school out of your mind and just enjoy the holidays. This is not a bad thing, it is important

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Dealing with Distractions

Date Published: 08/06/2021

As our Years 7 – 10 head into exams this week, it is important that students know how to avoid distractions so as to ensure effective exam preparation. Ask any student and they will tell you they can multitask with

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Study of Religion Research

Date Published: 10/05/2021

Teacher Librarians have been assisting the Year 11 Study of Religion classes with their research into the Abrahamic Religions.  This task requires students to access a broad range of resources including traditional reference information, scholarly articles, and contemporary reports from media and religious organisations.  The following

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National Library of Australia

Date Published: 10/05/2021

The National Library of Australia (NLA) has some incredible resources for both staff and students.  While the NLA can’t research or provide answers to school or university assignments, all Australian residents (including students -there is no age limit) are eligible to

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ClickView Recommendations

Date Published: 20/04/2021

Think beyond books for learning.  Students can use video information to broaden their understanding of topics covered in class. It is important to also remember ClickView as an information source to support and enhance your research work. The college subscribes

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