Students will have the opportunity to explore three different topics of importance in VCE, study habits, wellbeing and pathways, and be able to learn from current university students’ experiences. These workshops are centred around Deakin students sharing their tips, tricks, failures and successes.
Each workshop includes the exploration and discussion of key topics, with an open Q&A session, where students are presented with the opportunity to ask current university students questions.
In Conversation aims to enable students to:
- explore how the mind works, focusing on using technology to support study
- discuss mindfulness, understanding and dealing with exam stress
- explore the multiple alternative pathways to university.
Individual schools are required to:
- organise students for program participation
- maintain responsibility for student conduct, behaviour, and medical issues.
of students agreed the workshops made them think about attending university
After conversations with current Deakin students, Year 11 students were able to share tips and explore lessons from failure to success. The vast majority agreed that the experience helped them consider going to university.
Year level: 11
Duration: 3 x 50–90 minutes. It is recommended that each workshop is delivered on separate days.
Location: In school
Capacity: Flexible dependant on cohort size. Workshops run most effectively in classroom-size groups.
For further information about any of our programs and activities, please get in touch.
Team Leader, Deakin Engagement and Access Program
+61 3 9278 7817
Email Melissa Lowe
*2018 In Conversation participant responses