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The spread of misinformation and panic: a psychologist's explanation

“The Boss” Bruce Springsteen once sang that “you can’t start a fire without a spark”. These past few weeks, the coronavirus has definitely proved to

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Are model answers the best type of feedback?

“Learning without feedback is like archery practice in the dark”. This statement by researcher Patricia Cross at the University of California says it

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How much do experience and qualification matter for teachers?

‘You can teach a person all you know, but only experience will convince him that what you say is true.’ – Richelle E. Goodrich

Teaching is essential,

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How to assess your students: a comparison

As a teacher, you want your students to become analytical and critical thinkers. You want them to be able to apply their learning to new situations

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When to use retrieval practice

“Retrieval practice is the most powerful learning strategy”, according to Pooja Agarwal, a cognitive scientist and founder of an informative

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How CATS Colleges use The Science of Learning

Nearly a year ago, our second book The Science of Learning: 77 studies that every teacher needs to know, was released. Thousands of teachers all over

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Improving mindset and metacognition at the same time

While they might have been new concepts a few years ago, “growth mindset” and “metacognition” are terminology you come across often as a teacher in

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Blocking or interleaving: which is better for revision?

Revision time can be stressful. The need to remember large amounts of information that can have an impact on the next stage of students’ lives is at

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