InnerDrive Education Blog


Unhelpful revision thinking (and how to overcome it)

Revision is a personal process. A student will often know what techniques work well for them. However, it is easy to get stuck in some unhelpful

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How do school trips to the theatre help?

A trip to the theatre to see the latest play or musical is a traditional school practice. Not only is it a chance to take a break from school and

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How learning to code benefits students

In 2014, coding helped improve safety in Boston. During a blizzard, software engineers came up with the idea to create a website called

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Improving social and emotional learning

Social and emotional abilities are important life skills. These life skills are critical to student development; and as school is where students

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Ed Tech and learning: the pros and cons

Plato once said that “If men learn this, it will implant forgetfulness in their souls; they will cease to exercise memory because they rely on that

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Interleaving your teaching

There are countless teaching and learning strategies that can be used in classrooms, during revision, and beyond. It can be a long process trying to

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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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