InnerDrive Education Blog

The power of self-questioning

Encouraging students to ask themselves better questions whilst they are learning something may be one of the most effective and efficient ways to

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Overcoming maths anxiety: how parents can help

Early maths skills are critically important to a child’s future achievements, with research showing that children who start behind rarely catch up

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Self-explanation during revision

We love looking for evidence-based revision tips (you can find lots of them on our revision guide page). There are plenty of good strategies out

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How prepared are you to learn?

Academic achievement is not based entirely on innate natural intelligence.

Instead, whether a child achieves or not is dependent on a number of

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How drawing can boost student revision

We’ve all heard the saying “a picture is worth a thousand words” - and it seems as though this may even be true for student revision.

Recent research

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10 ways parents can help their child revise

Exams can be a stressful time for both students and parents.

Emotions run high, and the uncertainty of exam performance looms large. Keen not to say

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Do students revise differently nearer to their exams?

Not all revision strategies are equal. Some have been proven to be helpful, whereas others have been found to add very little to students’ learning.

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IQ or motivation: which matters most at school?

How important are both IQ and motivation for students’ success at school? This question is fundamental to helping our students fulfil their potential

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