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From Mudgee Music to a new way of learning for children | Southern Highland News

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You may know him as the quirky Mudgee Music man, but behind the scenes, Scott Goodkin has for decades been ironing out the kinks in a learning program aimed at helping students of all levels succeed. From a young age, the Los Angeles-born educator struggled during school which, in 1965 was found to be caused by severe dyslexia. Things began to turn for Scott once he discovered, as he says, a new way of learning, now known as Agrades4U, during his civil engineering degree at the University of Alaska in the 1980s which he later applied to his Bachelor of Education in Secondary Math and Science. “If anything on my tombstone, they might say ‘learned how to learn’,” Scott said. Agrades4U implements business practices and…



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