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Research Paper – Swinburne University 2021 pilot

Research Paper – Swinburne University 2021 pilot

Establishing Learn2Learn as a student transition program within a busyacademic cycle Ms. Ariba Hanif (Student Partner), Dr. Sean Tinker (Staff), Mr. James Ogilvy (WIL placement student), and Mr. Calvin Li Wan Po (WIL placement student).Student Partnerships, Student...

Learn2Learn video demo

Learn2Learn video demo

What is the Learn2Learn program? Designed to develop Self-Regulated Learning behaviours and mindset using brain based techniques... Watch the below video for a brief walk-through of the program.    

Impact Map

Impact Map

Theory of Change - Our Impact mapScale of Problem: Approximately 50,000 University students drop out each year (more than one in five of each enrolment cohort), with disadvantaged and mature age students making up a majority of that number Pre COVID-19, the average...

What is your motivation?

What is your motivation?

What is your motivation to study? If we don't have a purpose, it's hard to keep going when challenges arise. Knowing your personal motivators can help build your resilience. Download your FREE Motivation check worksheet here: Motivation exercise   Having trouble...

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“I needed to <make some significant changes in my life>…I would not have found the courage to do this without the help of the Learn2Learn programme…in learning about boundaries and strategies and goal setting. Writing why I wanted to study, goals, motivation really did fire up my courage to reach our for help to change things so I could study effectively and realise my dreams for a great life”

Student 1 (research project)

“I have severe ADHD…all the dysfunction that comes with ADHD is creating chaos, though information I did access from the program did help.”

Student 9 (research project)

After completing my first semester and being awarded a supplementary exam for one of my units, I heavily, and negatively reflected on how i got this, naively thinking I was just going to cruise through university. this broke me. I cried for days, wondering why this have happened….I look <at> Learn2Learn as a big opportunity to redeem not just my study regime but my mental health. Learn2Learn makes my brain stop and reflect.

Student 7 (research project)

Thoroughly enjoyed the content. Lots of fantastic information. I particularly enjoyed the module on resilience.

The online platform is easy to navigate. I wish Moodle units were this easy.

I wish I had this in my first year.

James W (Learn2Learn Mentor)

“I just wanted to say it also gave me confidence… term one I failed Chemistry…I really beat myself up over it…I think it just gave me the confidence to go, you’ve got the option to drop a subject…and focus on Chemistry.  And I did. Believe or not, I exceeded by 20% on my supplementary exam. Without going through this program, I probably wouldn’t have done that.”

Student 7 (research project)

“The program really helped me go, okay I do need to get a schedule, and I do need to do things, sit down and do them properly, and learning how to do that was amazing…. I found that I retained stuff. Going into this term previously… [I’d be] ‘what did I do last semester?’ Now I’ve come to Term 3 and I can still apply the knowledge I’ve learned from Term 2 because I actually went through and did it properly.”

Student 3 (research project)

I found the Learn2Learn program truly empowering and inspiring. I really resonated with Tanya’s engaging style and now feel that I am able to take charge of my own learning and truly succeed. As a qualified trainer I’d highly recommend this course to anyone ready to take charge of their learning and succeed, and it’s not often I’m able to say this about a course!

Sam A.