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The trick to effective goal setting? Make it about the journey

“Success is a journey, not a destination. The doing is often more important than the outcome.”– Arthur Ashe

When it comes to goal setting, we often

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Rosenshine's first Principle of Instruction: Review learning at the start

Over the last years, Barak Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction have been circulating through educational fields. They provide a much-needed link

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5 ways to support SEN students in the mainstream classroom

At any one time, roughly 15% of students have Special Educational Needs (SEN). That’s nearly 5 students in a classroom of 30. Being able to support

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A brief guide to Rosenshine's 10 Principles of Instruction

Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction are becoming increasingly popular in education (with good reason). So, we wanted to provide a one-stop

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How schools can help prevent teacher burnout

Even under normal circumstances, teaching is a stressful profession that requires long hours, huge workloads and constantly adapting teaching

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Help your students get back into flow after months of distance learning

As we continue to consider the best ways to help students after lockdown, the psychological concept of ‘flow’ might come in handy. It is a concept

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How students can put their phone away after lockdown

Technology has become part of our everyday lives. Even before the pandemic forced us all to stay home, research showed that people checked their

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3 things to consider as schools reopen

Schools in the UK have returned, and many people across the country are contemplating how best to support students after months of lockdown. The

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