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There Are No Wrong Answers

"…of all the virtues related to intellectual functioning, the most passive is the virtue of...
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Getting In The Correct Mindset

My daughter did her year 6 SAT's and she was so nervous. So I thought about the things I have...
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How To Beat Procrastination With 3 Easy Steps

Many of us have a tendency to do an activity, anything other than work on that impending...
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Technology: Educational Friend Or Foe?

Technology is both a blessing and a much underestimated curse for today's schoolchildren. In...

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    I have been teaching secondary for 25 years, tutoring for 22. I am a progressive dyslexia teacher, I encourage the pupil to gain better marks by setting a challenge to their ability, then taking them through it so that they become more confident.
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    I am a final year neuroscience PhD student with extensive experience in teaching students from secondary school to university. I am a graduate of King's College London, whilst currently carrying out my research at Queen Mary, University of London.
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  • Top Tips From A Tomato

    Sonia Price Study Skills Tutor (Canterbury) Picture Picture this: headache; eye strain; back ache; numb posterior and tingling feet; a pressure inside your skull, and the sure and certain knowledge that if you stop, even for a minute, you'll lose your train of thought and…and…the deadline's next week - but the brain fog…aargh! If that sounds...
  • Is 'Luck' A Matter Of Preparation And Opportunity?

    Karim Allidina Study Skills Tutor (Harrow) Picture Students who do well in exams tend to be the ones who have put in the time and effort to fill in their knowledge gaps. However, even for most capable and contentious students, just knowing your stuff is usually not going to be enough to get all those target grades unless they are exceptionally...
  • Technology: Educational Friend Or Foe? Editor's Pick

    Clare M E Mulley Study Skills Tutor (South West London) Picture Technology is both a blessing and a much underestimated curse for today's schoolchildren. In sensible hands, it is a cheap, readily available resource which compliments and enhances independent learning. It can also, however, be the bane of a tutor's life; all too often, it liaises with the...

 

  • How To Beat Procrastination With 3 Easy Steps Editor's Pick

    George Noah Study Skills Tutor (Luton) Picture Many of us have a tendency to do an activity, anything other than work on that impending coursework deadline or use our crucial time for exam revision. Leaving it to the very last minute is a very common habit and one that us all can relate to. I am sure while reading this article, there must...
  • My Philosophy Of Education

    Helen Maried Study Skills Tutor (North West London) Picture As a child, my mum always said that education is the key to life, and that belief is what I instil in the pupils that I teach. I believe tutors should have a holistic approach to education and that children need a caring, secure and stimulating atmosphere in which to grow intellectually,...
  • Self Directed Learning

    Jonathan Tilley Study Skills Tutor (Bristol) Picture One day in 1971 Harvard graduate Tim Gallwey, on a sabbatical to captain the Harvard tennis team, was working with a student, trying to coach them through a technical problem. He briefly left the court and on his return discovered that the student had improved. How could it be that a student...