Sort by

Student Engagement

Increasing student engagement can be difficult, even for the most experienced of teachers. Uncover fresh ways to create an interactive learning environment; adding extra relevance to your lessons in a way that is both mentally stimulating and fun.
4 catalysts for modern learning
There are four key catalysts when it comes to ensuring students have the necessary motivation to learn: engagement, personalisation,...
Read more
5 ways of using tech to engage students
There has been a phenomenal tech transition in UK schools over the past two decades. Gone are the days of a single desktop computer...
Read more
7 stages to creating the modern classroom
What will the classroom of tomorrow look, sound, and feel like? Developments in technology, space and pedagogy can all be acknowledged...
Read more
Can technology help pupils to develop soft skills?
Developing hard and soft skills is crucial to a successful teaching and learning experience. However, while the majority of educators...
Read more
Collaborative learning in primary schools
It’s never too early to instil a culture of collaboration in your pupils. With that in mind, this article aims to provide...
Read more
Collaborative learning vs. cooperative learning: what’s the difference?
When it comes to students working together, the terms collaborative learning and cooperative learning are often used interchangeably....
Read more
Digital literacy in the classroom. How important is it?
Never before has there been a more powerful influence on human behavior, irrespective of country or culture, than the combined effect...
Read more
Fighting fake news in the modern classroom
Fake news has crept into the classroom, with more than a third of teachers now seeing false information found online – cited in...
Read more
Five ways to maximise engagement in primary schools
Engaging children remains one of the biggest challenges facing teachers today. But keeping pupils interested can be difficult, and a...
Read more