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4 catalysts for modern learning
There are four key catalysts when it comes to ensuring students have the necessary motivation to learn: engagement, personalisation,...
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...
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...
Augmented Reality: how does it help pupils learn?
Modern teaching methods increasingly tap pupil engagement with emerging technology. Virtual Reality (VR), through the use of simple and...
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...
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...
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....
Differentiation in the classroom — 7 types of learner
The Training and Development Agency for Schools (TDA) introduced differentiation in the classroom as a method of identifying pupils...
Differentiation in the classroom — engaging different learning profiles
Differentiation in the classroom is an important skill for teachers for giving pupils the best chance at learning, regardless of their...