Managing loneliness by Laura Purser

This year's theme for Mental Health Awareness Week is "Loneliness". Spear-headed by the Mental Health Foundation, their press release published earlier in the year stated, "Loneliness affects millions of people in the UK every year and is a key driver of poor mental health. The Foundation’s Mental Health in the Pandemic research has found that... Continue Reading →

“Working Memory is Limited: Six Ways Teachers Can Address This” by Vanessa Evagora

Methods to Explain Memory When studying what memory is and how to advise teachers to enhance their pupils’ memories, there are two approaches which can be used: Neuroscience: the ways in which the brain accommodates and represents memory (localisation of function, neurons, neurotransmitters, etc.) Cognitive Psychology: representations or models that explain how information is absorbed... Continue Reading →

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