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How to encourage good behaviour in your classroom

Losing valuable teaching time to disruptive students? Don’t worry, you’re not alone.

This is a common occurrence in many secondary schools, where

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15 Ways to Maximise Memory

Memory is the diary we all carry about with us”, said Oscar Wilde.

But are some people’s diaries more accurate than others? What happens if you

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How to teach students to label their emotions

Emotions and learning go hand in hand. So what strategies exist to help students better manage their emotions?

Students can experience a range of

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Why a little bit of stress is good

Is there such a thing as good stress? Research says yes. Too much stress is bad, but so is too little. So where is the sweet spot? Answering this

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4 tips for better PowerPoints in the classroom

Big changes have occurred in the classroom over the past twenty years. None arguably more so than the shift away from traditional chalkboards (or

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Sleep Your Way To Success

Do your students look tired when in your class? This is quite common in young students, as they are often not getting enough sleep. In fact, most

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The link between test anxiety and uncertainty

In the lead up to high stakes exams, it is inevitable that students will feel worried or anxious. A little bit of stress is a good thing – it can

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The impact of music on learning

Does listening to music help students learn more effectively and efficiently? Music can provoke deep emotions, influence one’s mood and affect their

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