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7 cognitive biases holding your students back

Most people have probably heard about cognitive, or ‘thinking’ biases. For example, people with an Optimism Bias, tend to be overly optimistic and

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The power of putting your feelings down on paper

You’ve probably heard of the benefits of keeping a diary, such as for improving well-being and metacognition. But when you see beautifully detailed

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How can you reduce absenteeism?

School attendance is key to academic success. After all, how can you learn as effectively as possible if you miss classes, be it in person or through

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How to encourage good behaviour in your classroom

Losing valuable teaching time to disruptive students? Don’t worry, you’re not alone.

This is a common occurrence in secondary schools. Pre-teen or

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Make the best of wait time in your classroom

The time taken between a question and a response is crucial to learning. This ‘wait time’ may seem insignificant, but there has been a lot of

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Surviving the transition between primary and secondary school

If going back to school after a long summer break, months of distance learning and in the middle of a global crisis wasn’t stressful enough, many

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Better self-confidence in the classroom

Confidence can sometimes be the final nudge needed to make the leap between wanting to do something and actually doing it. However, there are many

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Growth Mindset And...

Complex problems are never solved by simple solutions. Improving learning and exam grades whilst at school are arguably two of the most complex

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