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Education: What Is It Good For?

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Maths Is An Obstacle Course

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Assessing Practice in Autism Research & Education

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Why Is It Important To Study English?

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    Amrita Dodd GCSE Maths Tutor (Birmingham) Picture Brain Book Buddy Boss You might have heard of this catchy phrase that teachers sometimes use in school. It relates to how to help yourself through a Maths problem or revision. Often in the classroom there is only one teacher and over 30 pupils, several of whom might be finding the topic...
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    Natasha Twine Key Stage 2 Maths Tutor (South West London) Picture As a parent you may well be familiar with the term Summer Slump; it refers to the loss of knowledge that often takes place in school children during the 6-8 weeks they spend on holiday during the summer months. While many parents are of the understandable opinion that the summer is a time for...
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    Linzi Henry GCSE Maths Tutor (Sheffield) Picture The way maths is taught in schools can leave many young people feeling bewildered and overwhelmed by the amount of methods and facts they have to learn. Once a child's confidence or enthusiasm begins to dwindle it can be very difficult to keep up with the volume of work being expected of...
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    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture I - Allegro Moderato This is a very rare example of a Haydn Sonata. The way it is written proposes a big challenge to the performer. This challenge is not a technical one though, it is mainly interpretative. NOTE: For the sake of this analysis, we will only consider themes, those musical...
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