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4 tips from research to support your teenager

Teenagers can be difficult to understand. They are socially and psychologically very different to children and adults. Teenagers are heavily

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Exams are back on - what does this mean for you?

The Department for Education and Ofqual have announced that, after two years of teacher-based assessments, GCSEs and A level exams are now scheduled

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6 questions Rosenshine suggested you ask your students

Arguably one of the most powerful and effective elements of Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction is the importance of asking questions. But are

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The psychology behind a great seating plan

Does choosing where your students are seated really matter? Well, recent studies have found that it does, with studentsbehaviours and academic

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Metacognition in the updated EEF Teaching & Learning Toolkit

Earlier this month, the Education Endowment Foundation updated their Teaching & Learning Toolkit with the latest research. We wrote about the most

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Children are less active - is it bad news for their academic performance?

On average, the NHS recommends young people aged 5 to 18 to get at least 60 minutes of exercise per day. However, a recent survey has found a 40%

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Why longer wait times might transform your students' learning

When teaching, every second counts. But what if having a few extra seconds of silence meant that your students were more engaged and participated

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Teaching & learning - we know what works, right?

We live in an age of information. Research, evidence and data have never been more accessible. As long as you know where to look, the “answer” is at

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