InnerDrive Education Blog


How to show your students you care during distance learning

Over here in the UK, we’re a week into our third national lockdown, and students are expected to learn from home again. Many people across the county

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How can teachers make the best use of research?

Many teachers will have heard about evidence-based teaching. This involves using education research to inform teaching strategies and to help monitor

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Is adaptability the key skill in 2021?

No-one would have guessed what 2020 would bring.

The past year has brought around major changes and upheaval to people’s lives with jobs lost,

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8 lessons from this year to take into 2021

We are close to a new year. 2020 has been a real tough one, but has also taught us many skills and strategies, and given us newfound appreciation for

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Our top 10 highlights of 2020

If there was a time to use the growth mindset, resilience and motivation strategies we often write about, this year has been it. 2020 has thrown many

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The impact of drive and ambition on student grades

It’s no surprise that students who have intrinsic motivation (meaning, who are motivated by future success) work harder at school and have higher

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The surprising reason why students cheat

If we are all completely honest, there has been at least one occasion in everyone’s life where they have cheated or taken a dishonest short-cut.

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Resilience v adaptability

At InnerDrive, we’re aware of how exciting new and useful psychological theories and concepts can be. But sometimes, in the rush to embrace those,

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