Music for Studying: 10 Tips to Pick the Best Study Music

How to Select Music for Studying : 10 Tips It is said that to study, it is necessary to have a quiet environment without distractions. […]

6 Teaching Techniques You Should Know!

Education, as with other industries, has evolved in leaps and bounds in recent years. Traditional pedagogical techniques, based on a teacher explaining a topic and […]

How to Study Maths: 7 Tips for Solving Maths Problems

How to Study Maths Mathematics is a subject that you cannot avoid. Some love it but, if we’re being honest, most people hate studying maths. The importance […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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