What is covered?
Grades 10 – 12:
Seven Modules – 7 – 8 Hours
⇒ MODULE 1: UNDERSTAND & MAXIMISE YOUR MEMORY
⇒ MODULE 2: HOW DO I ORGANISE MYSELF AND MY WORK
⇒ MODULE 3: 3 EASY STEPS TO EFFECTIVE TIME MANAGEMENT
⇒ MODULE 4: MIND MAPPING
⇒ MODULE 5: CONTROLLING EXAMINATION ANXIETY
⇒ MODULE 6: PROCESSING INFORMATION
⇒ MODULE 7: ESSAYS & ASSIGNMENT DESIGN, REFERENCING & PLAGIARISM
⇒ MY GOALS: What steps I’m going to take to ensure I implement these skills into my life
I ask each student to write down what they think about the class by referring to the ‘course contents’ page and why that section has helped them, hence why you can see some of them reading from this when they give their testimony. If you have any questions about this course, please do not hesitate to ask = email@example.com or 072 102 3129.
About the course developer….
Antony Radomsky has a Bachelor of Physical Education majoring in Education and Psychology (specialising in Guidance) from the University of Witwatersrand. He taught at various primary and high schools, teacher training centres, lectured and counselled at tertiary levels. He was involved in management and teaching at a special needs’ educational institution. He spent some time in management and sales in the commercial world. He has published a teacher/student manual on Practical Learning Skills. He has been the Director of Academics and a Life Orientation. For 4 years he was a High School Principal.
About your facilitator….
Kay Leslie is a behavioural specialist who is qualified in Nero-linguistic Programming (NLP) practices. She is a qualified Moderator, Assessor and facilitator with over 18 years’ experience in the training arena. Having trained people into their best version of themselves in 4 countries – India, Japan, England and South Africa.
Kay is moved with compassion to see your child become the best version of themselves. To see all her qualifications, please click on ‘About’ on the main menu.
Additional course information
This successful course was developed by a high school principal which shows your child how to learn, setting them up for success moving forward, so that they don’t keep struggling throughout their school career. In other words, this isn’t just to help them on a once-off basis for their upcoming exam time. Far more importantly, it is designed to be of benefit to them for the rest of their study career – and beyond.
They will learn how to organize and break down information, they’ll be able to process it more effectively and at a pace that suits them. They will learn the skills necessary to learn how to prepare for exams with tips on avoiding exam anxiety and how to structure essays.