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Emotions and Memory

Think happy thoughts: Enhancing memory and learning with positive emotions

What is the link between how our students feel and how much they learn? Is

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What the pepsi taste test teaches us

What you want, isn’t what you need.

Why do students appear to sometimes make really bad decisions about their revision? Is there a difference between

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Parenting young athletes

What is the secret to parenting children involved in sport? Following years and years of scientific research examining which parental strategies

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8 ways to cope with change

Heraclitus of Ephesus, one of the greatest minds in history, saw life as a river. He states that “you can never step in the same river twice”.

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How To Help Your Child in Sport

For some parents, watching sports on TV may be a reminder to encourage children to pursue sporting passions. But when it comes to youth sport,

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7 ways to boost resilience at work

HOW TO BE MORE RESILIENT AT WORK

How can we deal with the ever increasing level of stress at work? Are there simple, quick and easy strategies

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Don't Cheat Your Revision

CHEATING YOUR REVISION

What are the barriers to effective revision? We think there are five ways that stop students learning as much as they

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8 ways to improve creativity

CAN YOU TEACH CREATIVITY?

There is currently a big debate in schools as to if creativity can be taught. But is this really the case? Akin to

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Revision: An Introduction to Dual Coding

A BEGINNERS GUIDE TO DUAL CODING

Do you want to help your students revise better? Have you started to hear about dual-coding but aren’t sure what

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INDIES award finalist

We are honoured to announce that our book, "Release Your Inner Drive" has been shortlisted for a second award, this time our book is a finalist

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