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Success Tips & Tutoring Information for Parents

As parents, we all want the very best for our children and are aware that success in school can often be a huge determinant for success in life after school.  A Team Tuition focus on working with students, parents, schools and individual tutors as a cohesive educational support team to help students reach their full potential, academically and socially.  As passionate educators, A Team Tuition is committed to providing parents with all the information and resources necessary for student success as part of their tutoring program.

A Team Tuition has invested significant time and energy in research to assist with the development of programs that meet student’s academic and emotional needs.  With highly skilled educators and a wealth of information garnered through dedicated research, A Team Tuition has practical tips and information to assist you on the sometimes challenging education journey as parents of school aged children and current relevant information relating to changes in the education system and what it means for your child.

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Non-Neurotypical Homeschooling

Non-Neurotypical Homeschooling? Hayden Knows … The Struggle is Real!

  If your child has been diagnosed with ADHD or is non-neurotypical, this brave new world of homeschooling probably has you about to tear your heart out. Hayden, A Team’s…

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How to get an A

How To Get An A In Economics – 7 Actionable Steps

Economics, as you may know, can be a pretty weird subject.After all, there aren’t many high school subjects that juggle mathematics with essays, hand-drawn graphs and a decent amount of educated guessing to produce crazy conclusions like why milk costs the Government millions of dollars every year.If you’re struggling to figure out how you’re meant to get an ‘A’ in a subject which comes across as pretty darn strange, then you’ve come to the right place!

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Study Skills for Primary School Students

Minecraft Games As Learning: Study Skills for Primary School Students

The Hidden Advantages of Minecraft Games as Learning Harrison Reed is an Academic Specialist and avid gamer. He works with A Team Tuition developing child-centric learning methods including games as…

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learning styles

What Learning Style Is Your Child?

Picture the scene: Jamie Oliver in his habitat, the grand kitchen, doing what he does best: concocting mouth-watering magic from supermarket staples. There’s a controlled chaotic clanging of pots and…

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Graduation after ATAR

How to Get a 99 ATAR – Insights from a Top Achiever!

How to get a 99 ATAR seems like an impossible question, especially with the many factors that go into the calculation!  The elusive 99.95 ATAR is the ultimate goal for…

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how to get an A in geography

How To Get An A In Geography – 7 Actionable Steps

Each subject, regardless of its relevance to your desired career, can teach us something.  English teaches us communication; mathematics shows us how to solve problems, Science explains the world around us…

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What ATAR do you need to get into law?

What ATAR do you need to be a lawyer?

Queensland couldn’t have chosen a worse year to move from OP to ATAR systems for university placements.  So, as your child struggles with the challenges of studying in 2020, we’ve…

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Year 12 2020 - Parents Worry about ATAR and University Placement

Class of 2020? Here’s What Parents of Year 12 Kids Must Know

There’s nobody so anxious as a year twelve student, in 2020.  It was always going to be a testing year, with exams, the transition to ATAR, the stress of applying…

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How to get an A grade in English

Getting an A Grade in English – the 7 Rules from a Top English Performer

7 Rules For Achieving An “A” Grade In English In my role as an English tutor, I’ve too often had my students say to me, “It’s impossible to get an…

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How to Get an A in Physics

How To Get An A In Physics – 7 Steps

A lot of people say that it’s impossible to get an A in high school physics. This couldn’t be more wrong. Physics is a hard subject, not even the most optimistic tutor (me) would ever deny that. But if you work hard and follow these steps, you’ve got great odds of landing that fabled A.

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Queensland's Online Curriculum is NOW LIVE

Parents Guide: Queensland Schools Online Curriculum

How to Teach Queensland Schools Online Curriculum Education Queensland has now released the first two weeks of online curriculum for prep to year ten. The Online Curriculum is in downloadable…

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Why Can't I consentrate? Corona Virus Anxiety has a name

Why Can’t I Concentrate? Corona Anxiety Is Real

This is a contribution by Brisbane Psychologist Dr Rachel Hannam For millions of people around the world with existing trauma or anxiety disorders, the Coronavirus pandemic can be a psychological…

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