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Is technology here to stay in education?

Over a year ago, the Covid-19 pandemic launched the world into unprecedented times. The education sector was one of the hardest hit areas, as students and teachers alike had to continuously adapt to online learning and readapt to in-person teaching.

However, now students have re-settled into the familiar school environment and life slowly returns to normal, some educators suggest that we should keep some of the tools and strategies we turned to during distance learning. Is this the way to go? Let’s take a closer look…


Atomic Habits by James Clear

Atomic Habits by James Clear is one of the best books I’ve read all year. Unlike other self-help books, Atomic Habits isn’t just full of…

5 easy ways to use dual coding for studying

Have you heard of dual coding? It had been gaining popularity as a study and revision technique, so you may well know all about what it is, and perhaps even why it is such an important learning strategy. But do your students actually know how to use it?

In this blog, we’re exploring 5 different ways to use dual coding in revision. But first, let’s have a quick recap on what dual coding is…


The cognitive science behind Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction

If you are not already familiar with Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction, we’ve given a brief rundown of what his research suggests here. In short, Rosenshine’s aim with his Principles was to bridge the gap between research and the classroom by providing effective, research-based strategies that teachers can implement in the classroom.

When we were reviewing Rosenshine’s Principles, it struck us that it interlinks and is underpinned by several different elements of cognitive science. This blog explores what these are and how it all ties together – but first, here’s a quick look at these links between Rosenshine’s Principles and education theories: