College trips and field trips are often a fantastic experience, not to be missed by any student, particularly if it is compulsory for the course. But what if you have one or more students who have a learning difficulty or disability. Our very own Angela Bentley leads a talk and discussion on why this can be a problem and how you can hopefully overcome it...
The UK has one of the lowest productivity levels amongst advanced economies in the world – and yet everyone feels they’re busy and working hard!
Productivity is affected by many factors, but one solution could lie in lots of the smaller things that you, your team and your organisation can all do together.
Productivity expert, Graham Allcott is the the founder of Think Productive, and author of the best-selling book 'How to be a Productivity Ninja'.
Read these top 10 tips and see how you can use some of these in college.
In 38% of well-designed studies, feedback actually made performance worse—one of the most counter-intuitive results in all of psychology.
If there’s a single principle teachers need to digest about classroom feedback, it’s this: The only thing that matters is what students do with it. No matter how well the feedback is designed, if students do not use the feedback to move their own learning forward, it’s a waste of time.
Talent = Hard work + Persistence (A Growth Mindset)
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