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Why Growth Mindset Isn't What You Think It Is

Growth mindset is one of the most well-known psychological theories in education. But in the rush to embrace it, have most people misunderstood

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Teachers: here's how to get your lessons off to a flying start

How do you start your lessons? In many schools, classes will begin the same way – with the teacher explaining two or three intended learning

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What Are The 5 Best Questions Students Can Ask Themselves? (And Why)

Does asking yourself certain questions improve your performance?  Are some questions more psychologically rich than others? And if so, can they

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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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What is Metacognition?

Metacognition is a phrase that is becoming increasingly popular in education. Ever since the Education Endowment Foundation Toolkit highlighted

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Students: Managing Your Mobile at Night

One of the most common discussions we have in our workshops with students is about how much sleep they get and how not getting enough hinders

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Sleep - A Powerful Revision Technique

We all do it. Most probably want more of it. And only a few of us are any good at it. Despite spending on average over 20 years of our life doing

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A Parents Guide to Surviving the Exam Season

Exam season is fast approaching. For students up and down the country this means trying to cram in as much information as they can in their final

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How to Perform Under Pressure

What is the hallmark of a champion? Big players perform their best in big matches and at the most important competitions. Think the likes of Tom

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Exam Countdown

Exams are just around the corner. They may not be life defining, but they are certainly life changing. Up and down the country, many students are

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