Dylan beats the " drop out blues " through hands on learning at school

Posted: 25th Jul


“It was either Hands on Learning (HoL) or drop out - so I tried the HoL option.” Beating disengagement and building valuable life skills – not a bad result for Dylan or society...

With new research from Victoria University’s Mitchell Institute putting the cost of student disengagement at $18.8 billion, it’s impossible to ignore the need for urgent action. http://www.mitchellinstitute.org.au/reports/costs-of-lost-opportunity/

Hands on Learning alumni like Dylan Sharp illustrate what is possible when schools have access to proven methodology to tackle disengagement proactively and cater for the learning styles of all their students.

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