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Research says this is the key to happiness

Success, wealth and intelligence are all attributes that many desire, but for the majority, the one that tops all of these is happiness. However,

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Should we really admire naturally talented students most?

How good are we at objectively judging talent and predicting future ability? Be it for a business proposal, a high-flying student or an athlete or

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Everything we learnt on the first day of the 2019 Festival of Education

Once a year, the best and the brightest of education come together for two days to discuss best practice and research at the Festival of Education,

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Is technology the solution for better student learning?

With technology being ever present in society, the debate surrounding whether it has its place in the classroom or not continues to grow. As with all

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How To Use The Cornell Note Taking Method Effectively

What is the most effective way for students to take notes in class?

One style of note taking has recently started gaining more and more attention:

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The surprising truth about passion

There is a universal view that we put more effort into a task or venture when we are passionate about it. However, recent research has suggested that

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Do smaller class sizes make a difference?

Ask parents and they will almost certainly say that they would prefer their child to go to a school that has smaller class sizes. Intuitively, it

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Does chewing gum really improve concentration and learning?

The need to succeed in exams and be able to concentrate for long periods of time to increase learning has driven many students to look for left-field

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