There are three types of memory: sensory, working and long-term. Activating sensory memory is the first step to better learning. This means learning through as many senses as possible.
The prospect of going to university is exciting but it can also be an anxious time. Here are the things you need to know from the start.
Testing times ahead for four-year-olds as new starters face 'harmful' assessments within six weeks of starting school.
Study shows how to help students achieve their full potential.
Research has found that students suffer lower levels of well-being when they don't regularly use their greatest strengths of character.
In our efforts to support young people, we might be teaching them to be afraid rather than encouraging them to see exams as a positive challenge.
South African universities are failing to graduate the strongest students the schooling system has to offer.
Teenage girls in Kenya who fall pregnant either drop out of school or risk unsafe abortions.
The exam period can be a stressful time for students. Here are a few strategies to help students cope.
If all you want to do is retain the information until tomorrow, cramming might help. But you will have forgotten it in a week.
Imagining the ideal school.
Half of clever students from poorer backgrounds fail to secure top GCSE grades.
Why new style GCSEs are past their sell by date even before they've got going.
Beat exam stress with these top tips.
Children in the north of England are more likely to finish school with poorer grades and are less likely to go on to further education.
An expert gives her top tips for coping with exam stress and nerves.
Assessments need to be relevant to the real world and test more complex skills to better predict competency, standards of literacy and teaching.
Schools minister Nick Gibb seems to think young people should face more frequent testing, to prepare for GCSEs. His comments fly in the face of 20 years' research.
Secondary students are losing the opportunity to enjoy learning for its own sake.
Research shows that many students are excessively optimistic about course grades. Those with a stronger sense of personal control are also less likely to receive the grades they expect.