InnerDrive Education Blog

Why students should ask why

Have you ever been bombarded by an inquisitive child, who responds to everything you say with ‘why?’ ‘why?’ and ‘why?’? This can be a little

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How to cope with lockdown during the winter months

At the time we publish this, the UK is entering a second lockdown – as are many countries around the world. And even in places with less

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10 advantages and disadvantages of group work in the classroom

The use of group work in the classroom is one of the most widely researched and implemented teaching approaches in the world. Numerous research

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How (and why) to get your child to read more

You need to read more.

At least that’s what the research says.

Reading is an essential skill that contributes to the development of literacy

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What is the Golem Effect?

You’ve probably heard of the Pygmalion Effect, where having high expectations for someone leads to them actually performing better. This effect,

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Tidy desk, tidy mind: myth or reality?

Have you ever heard the saying “Tidy Desk, Tidy Mind”? 

If you ask anyone, they’ll probably know some sort of variation of this age-old phrase. A lot

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The daily stress of being a student (and how to manage it)

The life of a student can be a stressful one. Factors such as homework, social life, perceived parental pressure, university applications, and

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Why we do we procrastinate? Part 2

Every student procrastinates at some stage in their academic career, but when it becomes the norm - as it is for 50% of students – it can have a

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