Study Space Blog

If you find your child is struggling at school, or not learning to the best of their ability, it may be due to schooling limitations. Teachers are running classes for the masses, and most likely, your child doesn't get the individual attention they need. Teachers expect parents to assist in shouldering the workload. Parents, forced to invest their own time into a student's early learning and development are wondering why to send their

Today marks an important day in our calendar – R U OK?Day. On this day we remember that merely a conversation with someone can be a huge difference in someone's life! The phrase "Are you OK?", a reminder to be compassionate and support our fellow human beings. It's easy for us to forget that people can be going through their own struggles, no matter how they look on the outside. Life is nothing without its

Can education technology help make teaching a desirable job again?! As you may or may not have heard, recently it has been making headlines that Australia is facing an education crisis as many burnt-out teachers are leaving the profession, and with no sign of slowing in sight, this could mean serious problems for the future of education, and the future of the whole country. These issues are in part due to environmental factors, with