Thursday, 12 March 2015

Free Study Skills Conference by Elevate Education

Contact: Tim Crow, Elevate Education
p: 02 9281 6827   e: tim@elevateeducation.com   w: www.elevateeducation.com

Date: Wednesday 25 March 2015          RSVP: Friday 20 March
Location: UTAS Campus - Launceston

Intended Audience: Secondary School Principals and Executives

The purpose of the day is to discuss and share Elevate's best practices after 14 years in the area of high school study skills. At the conference, we will be discussing:
  •  Research – explaining the comprehensive research underpinning Elevate's seminars;
  •  Client best practice – examining how schools are reinforcing and institutionalising study skills both from the Elevate seminars and beyond in some very interesting, creative and innovative ways; and
  • Support tools – running through the best follow-up methods (Results Tracking system, study skills curriculum, student implementation guides, student-support website, etc.) and how to use these materials to increase the level of skill-adoption by your students.
We have run the conference in NSW, WA & VIC over the past year and the feedback from the events has been extremely positive! I have included some testimonials from teachers speaking about the most important things they have taken from the conference:        
  • Great to network with other schools and hear how they are following up their Elevate sessions  Great day!" – Pacific Hills Christian School (NSW)
  • Worthy use of valuable time. Well done!" – Lowther Hall Anglican College (VIC)
  • So important to see best practices in other schools and to reflect on how to run study skills     most effectively at our school." – Prairiewood High School (NSW) 
  • Thank you – you have inspired me to inspire my students"- Southern Hills Christian College (WA)
  • Many thanks for the opportunity – appreciated your efforts to get people together and to share new information and ideas" – Ringwood Secondary College (VIC)
  • Well and truly worth my while attending!"- Como Secondary College (WA)