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How to model a thought process for your students

Modelling is one of the many strategies that can enhance the learning process and help students raise their game. Modelling can be found in all

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Background noise and reading performance

How much does reading with background noise around you impact how much you learn and remember? Some research shows that music can negatively affect

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Teaching growth mindset to your students

Have you got growth mindset fatigue yet? It probably takes about 18-24 months to really set in. The main symptoms include an early euphoria and

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PISA 2018 results: fear of failure in the UK

Every few years, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) release their PISA report. This report discusses the performance

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PISA 2018 results: growth mindset in the UK

Every few years, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development release their PISA report. This report discusses the performance and

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PISA 2018 results: the key findings for UK schools

By now, you’ve probably heard about the PISA report that was released this morning. It is full of very interesting findings, and many good news

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How to use scaffolding in your lessons

Becoming an independent learner is an important development for students. They begin to take responsibility for their own learning and become

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8 Hacks to Improve Your Focus

A recent study found that students’ minds were most likely to wander in class on Mondays and Fridays. Presumably, thoughts about the previous or

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