InnerDrive Education Blog


Four of Paul Kirschner's most influential studies

We are very excited for the upcoming Festival of Education. InnerDrive has curated the Cognitive Science strand, which brings together leading

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Predicting or retrieving: which helps students learn better?

As educators, we’re always looking for ways to improve learning and retention. While Retrieval Practice is well established as a core strategy for

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A brief guide to Gagné's 9 Events of Instruction

Robert Gagné is a name that should truly stands out when it comes to thinking about the way we learn. Back in the 1940s, he made groundbreaking

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Thinking and Participation Ratios: maximising cognitive engagement

A few weeks ago, InnerDrive’s Bradley Busch was lucky enough to hear Doug Lemov present in person about how to maximise cognitive engagement in the

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Academic or pastoral interventions: which should you prioritise?

Recognising the diverse needs of students is essential within education – as a result, teachers are responsible for not only managing student

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Literacy skills seem to fuel literacy enjoyment – not vice-versa

It would seem intuitive that children who like to read and write tend to be better at it. We usually interpret this link as enjoyment creating

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The cognitive bias underlying all others (and how to avoid it)

Sometimes, we don’t behave as rationally as we think we do. One of the culprits: cognitive biases. They can lead to faulty judgement and flawed

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Is it time to abandon the Feedback Sandwich?

Giving feedback to students is an essential part of teaching, but it can be challenging to strike a balance between being supportive and critical. In

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