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5 neurodiversity myths that every teacher needs to know

This is the third and final part of our neurodiversity blog series. You can catch up on the first two here:

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Cognitive Load Theory in practice: worked examples

Have you heard of Cognitive Load Theory? If you have, we’re not surprised, since this theory is fast becoming one of the most important theories in

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6 common dual coding mistakes (and how to avoid them)

At InnerDrive, we’re aware of how exciting new and useful psychological theories and concepts can be. But we also know that in the rush to embrace

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The surprising impact of digital tools on student achievement

Technology has become a fundamental part of 21st century education, with 95% of teachers reporting that they regularly use online and digital tools

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5 ways educators can support neurodiversity in the classroom

If you haven’t read part one in this series, where we explored what neurodiversity actually is and its implications, you can do so here


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Spacing and sleep: the perfect recipe for revision?

Spacing, the act of revisiting material little and often, is one of the best learning strategies a student can use for memory retention. Although

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A beginner's guide to neurodiversity

The concept of neurodiversity has become more widely known over the last 20 years, with one in seven people thought to be diagnosed with a

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Is technology here to stay in education?

Over a year ago, the Covid-19 pandemic launched the world into unprecedented times. The education sector was one of the hardest hit areas, as

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