Dr Evvie Smith: Stay True Stay You

E-Learning has steadily emerged as one of the foremost forms of private supplementary tutoring, with one in four students in Australia undergoing a form of E-learning service. But despite the widespread availability, parents, and the students themselves, are still facing many challenges under this aspect of primary and secondary education- including high costs (some can reach as much as $20,000 a year!) and competitive school testing.

Fortunately, affordable and personalised e-learning is already becoming available, thanks to brands like Stay True Stay You.

Stay True provides a highly personalised live learning environment that aims to inspire and motivate students to be the best they can be. Stay True promotes customised tutoring in a safe, inclusive and fun online space.

Led by Dr Evvie Smith, Stay True is made up of experienced educators who believe in learning through laughter while adopting a positive, engaging and personalised approach to teaching. Tutors are also experts in their own fields, having extensive lecturing and tutoring experience within Australian University environments.

“Our business is all about personalised tutoring,” shared Evvie. “So we can connect with one of our students and really ask them ‘what do you need? How can we help you?” She added “It might be with an essay, an assignment, they might need help with writing or editing. Or say with primary school children it could be helping them to read or develop confidence and to have that support there”.

And with the ever-evolving trends in education and technology, Stay True makes it a point to be mindful of change, and making e-learning easily available to students.

“Education has changed. It is not the same as it was 10 years ago or even say 2 or 3 years ago,” said Evvie. “Education is now about e-learning, it’s about increasingly becoming online, it’s about becoming mobile. So, at Stay True it’s all about connecting with someone at a time that suits them, with a course designed specifically for them.”

Chloe Hall