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This blog offers a host of strategies to help you get through the HSC year and beyond!

Relation tips, learning and study tools, interesting facts and inspirational quotes and images will hopefully make your study time a little better directed, successful and if nothing else, interesting!!

Always try and draw relevance in your study - if you can see and embrace it in life, the concepts have a far greater chance of being retained in your memory and will in fact boost your deep understanding.

Link: myEd - HSC Advice for Parents


A guide your parents may find useful- lots of tips on managing your time- can also follow on Facebook

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Link: NSW HSC Online - follow on twitter


Get the most recent updates to the HSC Online site through your twitter feed. If you havent signed up for  twitter this may be the time to do it - use it as an educational tool to allow you to access a host of resources. You don’t need to interact - just follow to gather the extra help that may boost your final marks :)

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Link: Blogging as Therapy? (Wall Street Journal)


psychotherapy:

via WSJ:

Many therapists recommend that their patients keep diaries, but blogging might be even better for mental health, a study suggests.

Researchers in Israel recruited 160 teenagers who had scored low on a test of social and emotional well-being, and who didn’t already blog. Participants were asked to blog about their problems for 10 weeks, using a nickname (either with comments by outsiders allowed, or disabled); to blog about anything they wished; or to keep a diary in an unshared computer file. There was also a control group.

Before and after the experiment, the teens took tests measuring their self-esteem and satisfaction with interactions with peers; and, at the end, their writing was analyzed for clues about their mental health.

By the end of the experiment, the teenagers who had blogged about their problems showed more improvement than the other groups—including those who’d kept a private diary. And, among the bloggers the greatest strides were made by those whose blogs were open to commenters. The gains remained at a two-month follow-up.

The blogs were monitored to ensure that no identifying details were revealed, and the few unsupportive comments were deleted. Given the risks of disclosure, the authors recommended that this kind of frank blogging occur only as part of a supervised treatment program…

So…it seems that a tumblr blog may actually be beneficial throughout your HSC year!!!

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Link: HSC Online -Modern History


Like earlier posts this links ModernHistory students directly to HSC Online.

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Link: HSC online support


This isnt an advert for this service but there is some good info on this site with many tutorials being available on YouTube…. Worth a look

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