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The impact of retrieval practice on cognitive load

Nowadays, retrieval practice and Cognitive Load Theory are two of the most talked about areas from cognitive psychology in education. Many

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How to help students form new habits

How important is the role of forming positive learning habits for students? Despite arguably being a key factor in their success whilst in education,

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How to give Wise Feedback

Many researchers believe that constructive feedback is a powerful tool for promoting children’s social, moral, and intellectual development. However,

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Do interactive whiteboards increase student engagement?

At first, we replaced blackboards with whiteboards. Now, we’ve moved on to ‘bigger and better’ technology by introducing interactive whiteboards into

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Cognitive Load Theory: the basics

With Cognitive Load Theory increasing in popularity by the day, many teachers are eager to learn more about it. If you yourself are one of these

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Unhelpful revision thinking (and how to overcome it)

Revision is a personal process. A student will often know what techniques work well for them. However, it is easy to get stuck in some unhelpful

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How do school trips to the theatre help?

A trip to the theatre to see the latest play or musical is a traditional school practice. Not only is it a chance to take a break from school and

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How learning to code benefits students

In 2014, coding helped improve safety in Boston. During a blizzard, software engineers came up with the idea to create a website called

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