Monthly Archives : October 2020

How To Master Math Formulas, Concepts And Definitions In Three Simple Steps?

On October 27, 2020, Posted by , In Education, With No Comments

Mathematics could be tricky, if you don’t know how to master the formulas and develop high calculation skills. Students are asked to practice math as much as possible but no one tells how to.  VProgress will tell you how to master math in three steps…. First Step: Solve problems Get…

5 Tips For Students To Get Ready For Tuition

On October 23, 2020, Posted by , In Education, With No Comments

Home tuition is a great idea, but students take it as a panacea. They leave everything to tutors. For instance, they don’t identify their learning style but want tutors to be aware of that. Similarly, they don’t prepare for tuition and expect the tutors to remind students about past lessons….

5 Lesser Known Time Management Tips For College Students

On October 21, 2020, Posted by , In Education, With No Comments

According to a study conducted by Georgetown University, 40% of students between the age group of 16-29 and 76% of students between 30 and above work while in school.  Students face the biggest challenge with time management. It isn’t that they are unable to manage their time but that they…

58% University Students Will Fail In One Subject In Their Degree Courses Due To Lack Of Guidance And Support

On October 19, 2020, Posted by , In Education, With No Comments

You won’t like discussing or even thinking about failure while going to your college but the pain of failing would haunt you day and night.  I’m writing this blog on “failure” that is depressingly common among university students. And it isn’t just an assumption but fact proved by several studies…

Why Are Children Running Away From Maths?

On October 17, 2020, Posted by , In Education, With No Comments

Back in 2014, a report in Financial Review dragged attention of parents towards students’ declining interest in maths. Titled “Australia’s maths crisis”, the report said that only one in ten students studied advance maths in Year 12 in 2013.  So, how is this report relevant today? As a parent, you…

A Top-Notch Tutoring Organization Is Answering Parental Queries Related To Online Tuitions

On October 15, 2020, Posted by , In Education, With No Comments

VProgress is a leading online tutoring platform in NSW and Australia. Its tutors come from a selected group of teachers and professors from renowned institutions. And it caters to the tutoring needs of hundreds of parents and students.  The introduction to VProgress is necessary before detailing the theme of the…

How to Cultivate Lateral Thinking

On October 14, 2020, Posted by , In Education, By ,, , With No Comments

Lateral thinking may just be one of the most undervalued skills in educational and professional environments today. Developed by Maltese inventor Edward de Bono in the 1960s, lateral thinking is a philosophical approach that cultivates an awareness of and preference for out-of-the-box, unexpected solutions to problems. It’s built on the…

Best Apps and Games for Speech Therapy

On October 14, 2020, Posted by , In Education, By ,,, , With No Comments

Thanks to technology, speech therapy has become much more accessible to children, parents, and teachers. There are now countless apps and games to help kids (and adults) improve their communication skills. Here are some of the best on the market. What are the best apps for speech therapy? 1. TallyTots…

How Edtech Can Help Post-Pandemic

On October 14, 2020, Posted by , In Education, By , , With No Comments

Online learning is more essential than ever before as we navigate the current state of the pandemic and keep an eye toward the future of education. With some schools planning on opening back up in the fall, others trying out a hybrid of on-and-off-campus learning, and others still keeping all…

Skilled Workers in Australia Needed Post-Pandemic

On October 14, 2020, Posted by , In Education, By ,,,, , With No Comments

One thing that is here to stay is the demand for skilled workers in Australia as the government pushes for post-pandemic recovery. According to a Productivity Commission interim report, the current number of people with qualifications at a Certificate 3 level or above “is not enough to meet a Council…