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Is homework a waste of time?

There is a huge variation across the country on how homework works. Some teachers and parents are adamant that homework must be completed, but there is a small but significant movement to “ban homework” due to
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Oct, 12

Proof That Teachers Are Only Human Too

Okay, so by no means will this be an exhaustive list of examples which typically prove that teachers are only human too, but I reckon it’ll give everyone a good idea. I suppose in
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Oct, 4

Teachit Primary 1 – How to help primary students master their multiplications

For young children maths can be a big challenge. One of the toughest things that they learn is to do their multiplications. Maths can be hard to grasp for a lot of students and
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Sep, 20

The Rewards of being a Teacher

  As is probably the case with pretty much every other industry one would find themselves working in, in the education field your colleagues could very well turn into your friends. Because of factors
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Aug, 29

Using Flashsticks for Primary School Teaching

As the name suggests, FlashSticks are very similar to flash cards that you would create for revising information. They come in the form of Post-It notes and contain words in the target language, plus
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Aug, 17

Could You Reduce Your Student Loan Debt?

It’s one of the biggest problems for students – the increasing debt that hangs over them as they progress through the education system. Student debt is a massive burden on those who leave the
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Jul, 16

How to help your students prepare for their GCSE English

GCSE English is something many students fear and barely scrape through during the GSCSE process so as teachers it is our job to make sure that it is a bit easier for them. Writing
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Jun, 25

How to Study Better in High School

High school is an important period in young people’s lives, since doing well and getting high marks can help them get into the college of their dreams and qualify for prestigious scholarships, which in
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Jun, 23

What can you learn from a summer course in architecture?

A summer school course in architecture could help make a final decision on your undergraduate degree. And it could also give you a valuable head start that gives you knowledge and confidence for what
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May, 8

6 Effective Ways to Improve Your Child’s Education

It is your job as a parent to ensure your child has the best education possible, both inside and outside the classroom. By keeping their minds active, you’re increasing your son or daughter’s knowledge
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Apr, 26