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The Pygmalion Effect: the latest research

In Greek mythology, Pygmalion was a renowned sculptor. He had such love for one of his statues that the gods turned it into a real person.

This story

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Are students doing revision wrong?

As exam season draws closer, many students are frantically searching for the most efficient revision techniques that will maximise their learning and

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Studying using the Production Effect

Have you heard about the Production Effect?

This little known but vitally important area of research may hold the key to why some students remember

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The power of self-questioning

Encouraging students to ask themselves better questions whilst they are learning something may be one of the most effective and efficient ways to

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Overcoming maths anxiety: how parents can help

Early maths skills are critically important to a child’s future achievements, with research showing that children who start behind rarely catch up

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Self-explanation during revision

We love looking for evidence-based revision tips (you can find lots of them on our revision guide page). There are plenty of good strategies out

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How prepared are you to learn?

Academic achievement is not based entirely on innate natural intelligence.

Instead, whether a child achieves or not is dependent on a number of

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How drawing can boost student revision

We’ve all heard the saying “a picture is worth a thousand words” - and it seems as though this may even be true for student revision.

Recent research

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