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5 proven hacks to help students tackle revision

We know more about the science of learning than ever. Working smarter involves using your time and energy efficiently, but many students still do

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Harnessing the Testing Effect

Not all revision techniques are equal. In fact some are great and some have been proved to make very little impact. Fortunately decades and

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5 Common Thinking Biases in Education

As human beings, our thought processes are not always the clearest or the most rational. Psychologists have identified over 100 thinking biases.

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How to Improve Academic Buoyancy

Have you heard of the term ‘Academic Buoyancy’? Chances are you haven’t, but it may be one of the most important psychological areas in education.

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10 Ways To Revise Better

With exams just around the corner, students often wonder 'how to revise for exams effectively?' We've looked through the research to find how

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7 Ways of Developing Resilience

Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President of the United States of America once noted that “nothing in this world can take the place of persistence.

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Parenting young athletes

What is the secret to parenting children involved in sport? Following years and years of scientific research examining which parental strategies

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overcome impostor syndrome

Ever felt like a fraud at work? As if at any moment, everyone else is going to realise that you’ve bluffed your way to your current position? This

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Sport Psychologist Football

Sport Psychologists can help footballers improve their performance. The following article looks at the growing role of sport psychology in

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Teaching Through Competition

Is competition a good thing in the classroom? This blog is jointly written by a psychologist and a teacher. It gives a brief overview of one of

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