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A closer look at efficacy in education

The word efficacy is normally associated with science - you design something to help people achieve a certain outcome. So how does that translate to e… More...

How to reassure your learners about scary news stories

In times of crisis, how can you best reassure your students? Here are four helpful tips. More...

Seven strategies for effective online teaching

Many international school teachers are having to move teaching quickly online. To help you find your way, we've put together seven strategies to hel… More...

Five resources for practising mindfulness

The practice of mindfulness is useful for managing personal stress and anxiety in a difficult situation. To help maintain a good work/life balance, we… More...

Five tips to support you with distance learning

As thousands of international schools around the world close due to coronavirus, we know many of you are now teaching remotely and we want to support … More...

Boosting creativity in the secondary classroom

With the pace of innovation accelerating, creative skills are helping learners participate and succeed as they join the workforce. But how do you enco… More...

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International Women’s Day: Five inspiring women in education

Every year on March 8th, International Women’s Day is celebrated around the world. To mark the occasion, we want to highlight five inspiring women w… More...

Announcing the winners of the My Twist on a Tale competition

1,200 students from over 50 countries worldwide put their own modern twist on a classic tale in our international writing competition. We're delighted… More...

Growing a school of extraordinary writers: progression in writing

In advance of World Book Day, Power English: Writing authors Phil Ferguson and Ross Young shared their thoughts on how all children can become the bes… More...

How to help your learners to collaborate more effectively

Collaboration is widely acknowledged as a key 21st century skill and one that is highly valued by universities and employers. We take a look at how yo… More...

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Does following a British curriculum restrict students' university choices?

There is a misconception that studying for British qualifications can only lead on to a British university. We explore how it can lead to many options… More...

Integrating communication skills into the curriculum

Communication skills are central to success in school, work and in life. We take a look at some of the ways you can integrate communication skills int… More...

Five emerging trends from the Pearson Global Learner Survey

Find out what learners across the world really think about education, and how it applies to your classroom practice. More...

Why do learners need critical thinking skills?

What is critical thinking and how can you teach it effectively? In this post, we share five strategies for teaching critical thinking - or higher orde… More...

What has reading ever done for us?

Reading to children is fun, but does it deliver educational rigour? Joe Brazier, publisher of Pearson's flagship literacy programme Bug Club, states t… More...

Ten ways to create a reading culture in your school

Create a thriving reading culture in your school - turn your students into bookworms with our ten expert tips! More...

4 Key challenges in secondary education

During our recent Live Classes project, delivered in partnership with the BBC, we addressed some of the challenges facing secondary teachers around th… More...

Employability skills: what makes us employable?

Based on an extensive review of existing 21st-century frameworks, academic research and employment market trends, we've identified six common skill se… More...

Five ways to personalise your students’ learning experience

Curious about personalisation, but don’t know where to start? Here are five easy ways to personalise your classes. More...

How to get the max from Power Maths

Power Maths Series Editor, Tony Staneff, gives some practical help and support for teachers who are taking this exciting and game-changing step. More...

The role of the story in teaching primary maths

Josh Lury, Power Maths author, explores how storytelling plays a vital role in teaching maths. More...

Personalised learning: another teaching buzzword or the future of education?

In today's article we take a look at the history of personalisation in education, examine its two main interpretations and highlight benefits it can … More...

How to protect your students from cyberbullying

With young people spending more and more time online, cyberbullying is becoming a serious issue. Read on to find out how you can prevent cyberbullying… More...

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