InnerDrive Education Blog

How to do acronyms wrong

GCSE, ICT, UCAS, BSc… these are just a few of the acronyms we hear very often in school and beyond. Many of us use these acronyms in our daily

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The secret to leadership

What does it mean to be a leader? Anyone who wants to become someone who can motivate and influence others, frequently asks themselves this question.

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What we know about character education

The Department of Education released a framework guidance discussing character education late last year. It aimed to help teachers and school leaders

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How to spark inspiration in your students

The most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can be great in whatever they want to do.” – Kobe Bryant

Inspiration strikes when

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Do people want bad news even if it will help them?

If you could choose to hear the bad news, would you?

Even when it regards their personal lives (health, finances, relationships…), people often

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Retrieval practice can help your students with ADHD

When you think of revision techniques, what comes to mind? Interleaving, blocking, testing... Whilst these may be effective for most students, it may

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Metacognition and self-regulated learning review: our key points

The Education Endowment Fund just released their updated review on Metacognition and Self-Regulated Learning. We thought we’d summarise the key parts

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Do fonts make a difference in learning?

Arial, Times New Roman, Helvetica, Comic Sans… these are the fonts we most commonly use. Some of us may not give a second thought to which ones we

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