approach to learning
Making the most of technology for revision
Revising for exams can be serious drudge work, even for those students who usually get good grades. But now there are plenty of revision aids online: Take a look at: GetRevising – choose your exam level and use their tools for creating your study plan, finding past papers and [...]Read more
Is your child good at puzzles?
What’s the point of being good at puzzles? Because they’re often based on maths and it’s a fun way to encourage children to exercise logical reasoning. There’s more to maths than the basics of add, subtract, multiply and divide – when you get to more advanced concepts it’s all [...]Read more
How does your child prefer to learn?
Are you wondering what the best way is to help your child learn? It might depend on his or her learning style. The Honey & Mumford learning styles, developed by Peter Honey and Alan Mumford, categorize people into four learning groups that are supposed to be reflective of [...]Read more