InnerDrive Education Blog

8 ways to improve creativity

There is currently a big debate in schools as to if creativity can be taught. But is this really the case? Akin to nurturing a small flame into a

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Revision: An Introduction to Dual Coding

Do you want to help your students revise better? Have you heard about dual-coding but aren’t sure what it is? This blog explores some of the research

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INDIES award finalist

We are honoured to announce that our book Release Your Inner Drive has been shortlisted for a second award. This time our book is a finalist for a 

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6 Reasons to Keep A Diary

Benjamin Franklin used to begin each day by asking himself “What can I do well today?”. He then wrote those things down in a diary. Come the end of

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Revision: An Introduction to Spacing

How much students can remember plays a key role in their exam success. So can we improve our memory? Is cramming really a successful revision method?

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6 Ways to Reduce Stress

For many students revision time can be very stressful. But new and interesting research suggests that a) some stress is actually a good thing and b)

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5 Reasons to do that Hard Task Early

Benjamin Franklin once said that “you may delay, but time will not, and lost time is never found again”. Yet so many people (and especially students)

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IBPA award finalist

[UPDATE: our book received a Gold IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award!]

We are honoured to announce that our book, Release Your Inner Drive has been

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