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What is the Transient Information Effect?

Cognitive Load Theory is one of the most dominant theories explaining how students learn. Many other effects have originated from this theory, such

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How to cope with a busy exam schedule

Students often place a lot of emphasis on their exam timetable. Will they be nicely spaced out, or will the lottery of life decide that they should

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The top 20 principles of teaching & learning

How do students think and learn? What motivates students? Are social contexts important to student learning? These questions are asked by teachers up

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5 things you need to know about how to do well in exams

Preparing for exams can be a very stressful experience. It can be hard to know where to start and how to stay on top of it all.

To help with this, we

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6 common cognitive science mistakes to avoid in the classroom

Using cognitive science findings in the classroom can be a very effective way to enhance student learning.

Here at InnerDrive, we have dived into the

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How to use Cognitive Load Theory in the classroom

Cognitive Load Theory has many implications for student learning and classroom teaching. Here at InnerDrive, we have looked at what Cognitive Load

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The benefits of combining retrieval practice and spacing: the latest research

Often, students end up procrastinating when it comes to their revision. One of the many reasons for this: they don’t know where to start.

This leads

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What is the most important of Rosenshine's Principles of Instruction?

Out of all ten of Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction, one is the most important. It is the principle that enables all the other ones to be

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