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Five ways to make your time as a TAFE student the best years of your life

Jul 2, 2019
Sometimes it can be hard to manage work, studies, and life, so here are five ways to help you make the most of your time as a TAFE student.

Does music help you study? Let's find out!

Jun 4, 2019
Does music help you study? Well it depends - there's a large body of research that indicates music does help you concentrate, but only in some circumstances. 

Are tech and stress to blame for our kids' declining writing standards?

May 14, 2019
How are technology and stress levels related to kids' (especially boys') declining writing standards? What if both tech and stress could also shine a light on a possible solution? Understanding the modern needs of students, parents, and teachers and looking to some traditional evidence for learning, maybe we can.

Evidence-based practice to help schools tasked with fixing Australia's 'writing crisis'

May 13, 2019
There is ongoing concern about Australian high school writing standards, particularly boys, and research points to timely personalisation being a solution to this complex problem, here's why and how.

The mother lode: what it's like to study full time and raise kids

May 10, 2019
Studying full time and raising 2 kids is no easy task. We spoke to Primary Education student Naomi about how she handles the juggle of studying and parenting.

Are Australian high schools preparing students for university?

May 8, 2019
University is a significant step up from high school, and many students appear to be unprepared for the type of study required in higher education.

"Flexible and accessible": How to make online learning effective

Apr 30, 2019
Online education holds several benefits, and when done well, can bring learning to more people than ever, but it needs to be flexible, accessible and timely.

My first six weeks of uni, ever. Here's what I wish I'd known.

Apr 29, 2019
Danielle started university with a very different impression than what her reality is now like. Long commutes, lack of feedback and social isolation can make first year challenging.

What's it like to study abroad? Insights from Studiosity's Mona Pradella

Apr 17, 2019
International student numbers are on the rise in Australia. In 2017, over half of Australian university places were occupied by international students. Here we talk to Studiosity's own Mona Pradella on her experience as an international student, and how it helped form her career.

Are Australian universities preparing our students for employment?

Apr 11, 2019
The main goal of university is ultimately to prepare students for employment. With rising fees, it's becoming even more important that students are able to find jobs after their studies. However, increasing student numbers means that this isn't always possible. Are Australian students really prepared for employment?