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Top 5 reasons educators become online tutors

Apr 27, 2017

It’s no secret that our network of incredible subject specialists love what they do.

Students see it every night, in every session and returned draft submission. The specialists' enthusiasm, encouraging tones and dedication to every unique student enquiry has often been described by students as 'above and beyond'.

But enjoying the job is not the only motivator, I have discovered. There are many reasons why academics, teachers, and professionals become online tutors. Here are some of the most prominent ‘whys’ from within our network.

60 Seconds With... Armando Giglia, Principal, Butler College

Mar 23, 2017

What makes a school community great? We talk to leaders about their learning culture and their own personal perspectives on Australian education today. 

Who are you meeting this week? Let's go to Western Australia...

Armando Giglia is the Principal of Butler College in WA, a longstanding Studiosity partner school thanks to the support of Edith Cowan University since 2011. We nabbed a minute of his time to find out what he thinks about modern schools, and the new challenges schools are facing.

Studiosity founder honoured as one of the most influential leaders in Australian education

Dec 7, 2016

It’s no secret that Jack Goodman is the beating heart of our organisation, so we are thrilled that he was named one of the 40 most influential people in The Educator magazine’s ‘Hot List’ for 2016.

EARCOS 2016 Learnings: 3 Simple Steps To Open Your Mind To Change

Oct 31, 2016

Day three of the EARCOS Leadership Conference* and it’s time for some reflection on what I’ve seen, heard and learned.

Adam Goodes: "If I'm Only Remembered For My Football, I've Failed In Life"

Jul 31, 2015
The escalating national argument about Adam Goodes continues to trouble me and just about everyone I speak with.

The one missing voice is, of course, Goodes' own. No doubt he'd prefer the discussion were about the GO Foundation, the non-profit he and his cousin, Michael O'Laughlin, have founded to support better educational outcomes for Indigenous children.

Homework Help - The Australian Way

Jul 2, 2015

If you watched Foreign Correspondent's recent story about the pressure under which South Korean students suffer when studying for exams, it's hard not to be discouraged. The disenchantment of some parents’ with their education system is particularly distressing.

On the road to Universities Australia

Mar 10, 2015

We're heading down from Sydney to Canberra for the Universities Australia conference, which kicks off tonight with a reception and drinks. Heading past Goulburn, the clouds have just lifted and the late afternoon sun is streaming across fields of cattle and dams filled deep with rainwater.

Making schools relevant for 21st-century learners: book review

Aug 8, 2013

I just finished reading Educating Gen Wi-Fi, Greg Whitby's new book, and thought I'd share some thoughts.

The subtitle of the book is: "How to make schools relevant for 21st-century learners," and I should have paid more attention to it than to the word "Wi-fi" and the giant photo of the teenaged boy staring at his mobile phone on the cover. If I had, I'd have realised sooner than page 115 (about half-way through the book) that Whitby isn't really interested in technology per-se at all. In fact, what he's trying to figure out is how to make schools work better for kids in the year 2013. And, as it turns out, he has some interesting ideas about what needs to change.