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Challenging Unhelpful Beliefs

We’ve all had them: irrational thoughts that pop into our head without a moment’s notice. And just like that, in a flash, they can take hold.

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How Parents Can Help Their Child Thrive at School

We have all heard the phrase “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”. But is it true?

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How Not To Teach Growth Mindset

Growth Mindset is arguably one of the most popular psych theories in education. Teachers seemed to have widely embraced the concepts behind growth

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How to Make your School Resilient

Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President of the United States of America once noted that “nothing in this world can take the place of persistence.

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Is Growth Mindset The Answer to Students Mental Health Problems?

Go into almost every school and you will find the topic of student wellbeing discussed. This includes areas such as stress, anxiety, depression,

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7 Ways to Be More Optimistic

Optimism is all about if the glass is half full or half empty right? Wrong! It turns out that most people have been thinking about optimism

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Teacher Growth Mindset

What are you more in awe of: natural ability or hard work? A lot of people in education claim to really value the importance of growth mindset,

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Eight Ways to Develop Metacognitive Skills

Despite its overly complicated sounding name, metacognition is fast become one of the most common topics being discussed by teachers. Research

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Teaching Under Pressure

Teaching is stressful, very stressful. Research by the Teachers Assurance found that 76% of teachers believe the pressure of their work was having

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Do Students With a Growth Mindset Get Better Grades?

The Growth Mindset theory states that how someone views their abilities impacts on how they think, feel and behave in future tasks. It is now

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