InnerDrive Education Blog


How Good Is Your First Attempt?

Just like Usain Bolt wasn’t magically born the fastest man in the world, students can’t be great at everything on their first try. Any and every

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The role of metacognition in music lessons

Making music is a complex activity that requires consistent practice and development of skills. In education, metacognition is known to be useful, as

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What we know about teenagers and screen time

In today’s world, almost everyone has a mobile phone, a laptop, and some type of gaming device. Adolescents can spend hours engrossed in YouTube

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A look back at InnerDrive's 2019 in education

Schools have now broken up for the Christmas holidays, and the New Year is nearly here - now is the perfect time for us to take a look back at the

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Increasing BDNF levels for better memory

Are your students learning slower on a Monday morning?

Stress, lack of sleep, problems at home – all reasons that may come to mind to explain why.

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Boys in England are underachieving. What can educators do?

Over the last decade, the gender gap in education has widened. In 2017, girls were 12.5% more likely to participate in higher education than boys.

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How to model a thought process for your students

Modelling is one of the many strategies that can enhance the learning process and help students raise their game. Modelling can be found in all

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Background noise and reading performance

How much does reading with background noise around you impact how much you learn and remember? Some research shows that music can negatively affect

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