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Why do we make bad choices?

Everyone can remember a choice they’ve made that they have later come to regret. Whilst bad choices cannot always be avoided, there are several

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Should schools stop grading students?

Teachers spend a lot of time grading students’ work. However, this constant marking may not be the best way to create an environment which promotes

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7 things we noticed about the new Ofsted framework

Ofsted have just announced their new proposed framework, which is the first change since 2015. It covers a range of areas, such as behaviour,

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Are you wasting your lunch break?

Recent research shows that the traditional one-hour lunch break no longer truly exists, and the average British worker takes just 34 minutes for

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6 ways to improve self-awareness

The famous tennis player Billie Jean King once said: “I think self-awareness is probably the most important thing towards being a champion.”

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Improving grades using metacognition

Teachers and parents are constantly looking for ways to help improve student grades. Whilst there are many methods that claim they will achieve this,

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Should Teachers Tell Jokes In Class?

Does making your students laugh improve how much attention they pay in class? Do jokes help or hinder learning?

A recent study found positive results

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Psychologically smart lessons

Every moment of a lesson matters. Each minute spent doing something that doesn’t lead to learning is sixty seconds wasted. However, there are a lot

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