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Can you improve metacognition quickly?

Metacognition is quickly becoming one of the most popular terms in education. This is because evidence suggests that metacognitive strategies are

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How to help struggling students

If education is one of the single most important things in driving forward social mobility, it is important to consider how we best help our

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The consequences of Electronics in Class

We now live in a world in which there are more electronic devices than people. It sometimes feels as if electronics are taking over everyone’s lives.

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What Do Gritty Students Do?

Most students want to be high achievers, but what makes some more successful than others? Do they spend their time differently from other students?

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The Cost of Always Being on Your Phone

Is there a dark and sinister side effect of using phones too much? We live in an age in which technology is becoming more dominant and the impact of

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Choose Your Friends Wisely

Now that it’s common for people to spend more time socialising on their phone than they do in person, it is interesting to think about the role and

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How Team GB Wins Medals (and what schools can learn from this)

How do Team GB win so many gold medals? Are we blessed with a genetically gifted generation that are predisposed to sporting success, the likes of

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The Challenges of Linear Exams

Most subjects are now graded through linear instead of modular exams. This means less coursework and small tests over the course of a year or two,

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