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Does Starting School Later Lead to Better Grades?

Is there a simple and easy way to increase student grades and health that doesn’t require any extra contact time, workload or cost? Researchers

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6 Reasons to Put Your Phone Away

A recent study found that banning mobile phones at schools improved student performance. This effect was most pronounced for struggling students.

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Are Students Suffering From Mobile Phone Addiction?

How do you know if you are addicted to your phone? If a person drank vodka first thing in the morning, secretly in the toilet, were anxious if

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8 Ways to Transform Your Note Taking

Do students know how to take good notes in class? Plenty of people make too many mistakes and remember less of the information as a result. So,

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The Triple A of Learning From Your Mistakes

Why do some people not learn from their mistakes? It seems that some people are doomed to have history repeat itself and end up repeating their

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Developing Independent Learners

Why do some students start a piece of work with good intentions of working hard at it, but sometimes fail to live up to their starting aims?  Are

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Is Predicting Grades a Waste of Time

The vast majority of schools spend time (and money) on predicting how their students will do over the coming years. But is there any point in

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7 Ways to Get Out of a Bad Mood

Bobby McFerrin famously sang “Don’t worry be happy”, but that’s easier said than done.  Right? Sometimes we find ourselves stuck in a huff and we

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How to Win the Ashes; The Psychology of an Elite Cricketer

Who is going to win the 2017 Ashes?  When Joe Root’s and Steve Smith’s teams go head to head, what will be the key factors that lead them to

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How Parents Can Help Improve Grades

How can parents best help their children achieve good grades? Parents have been criticised recently for how they go about this. Respected educator

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