People who have a growth mindset believe that they always have the potential to learn and improve. They are more motivated to persevere with difficult tasks, to take risks and to learn from failure.
Homework can be a trigger for some of the worst fights and arguments that we have with our children. Here are some solutions that can help reduce tensions and get homework done without arguments.
Our latest mathematical inspiration is the great Nira Chamberlain, whose recent interview on BBC Four's The Life Scientific podcast left us cheering him on for his sheer determination to study maths and become a professor against all odds.
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We hear a lot about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects opening the door to more career opportunities than ever before.
The 38 Challenge is a 3 step practice activity that will help children towards achieving instant recall of times tables - and truly mastering this important foundational maths skill.
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One of parents' many concerns at the minute is that our children are missing out on a full five hours of teaching every day which has to be replaced by us. Don't worry though, because the typical primary school day for a six year old isn't what it seems.
Homework can be hard enough to deal with - a source of stress, angst and tantrums for parents and children alike. And now we're being asked to supervise even more of our children's learning while schools are closed during the current pandemic.