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What is the Best Time to Study? Day vs Night

The Best Time To Study What is the best time to study? It’s one of those endless debates among students; is it better to study […]

‘Testing Effect’: How self-testing helps memory improvement

The word ‘test’ alone is probably enough to strike fear into the heart of even the most nerveless of students. Yet research shows that tests […]

10 Study Tips to Achieve your Goals in 2016

For many of us, the new year represents the perfect opportunity to reflect on where we are, think about where we’d like to go, and […]

Awesome free education resources for teachers and students

Christmas is a time for giving. So to get into the spirit of things we’ve put together a selection of the best free online educational […]

How to gamify lessons to make learning fun again

The idea of gamifying education has been around for a while now, so we decided to take a look at what makes games effective for […]

Learning theory: neuroplasticity and your amazing brain

“Neuro-what?” you say. Yes, neuroplasticity may sound like something you don’t want to know any more about, but you should, because learning theories tell us […]

The past, present and future of learning

When audiences first watched the movie Back to the Future, they journeyed from the then-present-day of 1985 to the “future” of 21 October 2015. Now […]

How to develop a growth mindset for better learning

Perfection is an illusion, something for students to strive towards, which ultimately means that falling short is inevitable. But don’t worry, that’s actually a good […]

Learning by Teaching: the key to a deeper learning experience

Did you know that first-born children are apparently more intelligent than their younger siblings? In two studies published in the journals Science and Intelligence, researchers […]

Learn How to Study Better than 99% of your Classmates

When we look for advice on how to study better, most articles trot out the same old factors: create a study schedule, review it frequently, […]

4 Quick Tips to Master Summer Reading

Avoiding Summer Reading Meltdown If you are a US high school student, you are probably tired of hearing this, but have you started your summer […]

The Secret to an Active Memory

Flashcards have been widely used in early childhood education but contrary to what you might think, this tool is not only useful for children. As […]

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