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The Power of Debriefs

An essential part of learning is the ability to reflect on previous work and performances. An effective debrief can allow someone to pinpoint their

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Can Looping Help Your Students?

Have you heard about ‘looping’? It may be just the thing to help your students thrive. We know that teachers play an important role in a child’s

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Is The World Cup Bad For Grades?

Does the World Cup have a negative impact on exams? Can a major sporting event really have an impact on high-stake tests? Given that the most

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How to do Goal Setting Right

Why do so many people mess up goal-setting? Maybe it’s because goal-setting research has been around for so many years that different suggestions

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How to Maintain New Habits

People love to set goals. It can help us feel motivated and focused. Unfortunately for us, there is such a big gap between intention and action

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Growth Mindset in Maths?

“Students tend to have more of a fixed view of maths skills than of other intellectual skills” – Carol Dweck

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The Psychology of Love Island

Love Island is many people’s guilty pleasure. The ITV2 show has gone from having a cult following to being a mainstream mega-hit, with over 3

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How to Actually Use Retrieval Practice

Not all revision techniques are equal. Some are very effective while others make little impact. One of the most effective revision methods is

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Growth Mindset and Sales Training

Developing Growth Mindset

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5 Ways to Motivate Others

How can we best motivate others? Are previous strategies outdated and no longer relevant? What actually works best? Fortunately, research has now

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