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How to inspire positive change within your team

What is the psychology behind helping a group of people make a positive behaviour change?

Good intentions may often fall short and an initial spark

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Why you should teach your students about neuroplasticity

Neuroplasticity is the brain’s ability to adapt and change throughout an individual’s life. Research has shown that the brain is constantly

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4 problems Cognitive Load Theory still needs to sort out

Let’s start with the disclaimer first: we have spent all summer at InnerDrive HQ researching and writing our new Cognitive Load Theory CPD for

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Surviving the transition between primary and secondary school

If going back to school after a long summer break wasn’t already stressful enough, the transition from primary school to secondary school can be a

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Summer Learning Loss: what it is and how to reduce it

Are your students struggling in their first few weeks back at school? They may be experiencing a summer learning loss. This is a phenomenon that

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Cognitive Load Theory: the Redundancy Effect

Cognitive Load Theory received a renewed level of interest last year when Dylan William tweeted that he thinks it is “the single most important thing

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The 10 most common mistakes students make

There are a number of traps that the majority of students fall into when it comes to their learning. Although they often intend well, myths about how

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The impact of the timetable on student grades

Schools are constantly searching for new ways to improve learning and allow all students to maximise their full potential. However, with school

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