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A checklist of best practices originally published by Insights to produce and deliver learning content across various touchpoints. By making this freely available we hope you’ll hold us accountable to these standards and use them yourself to produce more inclusive and effective experiences for your customers and learners. (See for the original article)…

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Seven Convincing Reasons to Pursue a Doctorate in Psychology

Things that a human mind can do fascinate everyone at some point in life. Among millions of people, only a handful feel inclined enough to walk on the track of studying psychology and understand the what and why of the human mind.

The realm of psychology is so fascinating that people often consider heading back to school to pursue a doctorate in psychology. It is a great way to improve your horizon, career plan, and salary prospects. It can be hard to think of the downside of furthering your study in psychology.

Here are some of the most convincing reasons to pursue a doctorate in psychology…

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Why It’s Important to Take Breaks When Writing a Long Paper for College

Writing a long paper for college is often a daunting task for students. The pressure to produce a comprehensive and well-researched document can lead to marathon writing sessions, where breaks are few and far between. This approach, though common, overlooks the significant benefits that taking breaks can offer. Not only do breaks help in maintaining mental sharpness, but they also contribute to the overall quality of the paper.

In the pursuit of academic excellence, students sometimes consider extreme measures like opting to pay someone to write my paper cheap as a solution to handle overwhelming assignments. However, a more effective and academically honest approach lies in optimizing the writing process itself. Integrating regular breaks into the writing routine can drastically improve focus, creativity, and overall well-being, leading to better academic outcomes without compromising integrity.

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Collaborative Learning: Inclusion Strategies That Benefit All Students

In the modern educational landscape, the concept of collaborative learning has emerged as a pivotal element in creating inclusive classrooms. This approach, which emphasises group work and collective problem-solving, has been shown to benefit students of all abilities and backgrounds. Collaborative learning not only fosters a deeper understanding of the subject matter but also cultivates essential social skills such as communication, empathy, and teamwork.

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Ensuring Libraries Are Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive

Thank you to Kiel from Ms Jennifer’s class for bringing this article to our attention. Full article originally published here: 

A career as a librarian or information professional requires knowledge of and adherence to several codes of ethics. Since information specialists have a big influence on information systems, they also ensure that diversity, privacy, intellectual freedom, and access to information are protected. Information professionals use their role in the library to serve a diverse community to the best of their ability, demonstrating their awareness of access, confidentiality, privacy, democracy, diversity, education with lifelong learning, intellectual freedom, preservation, the public good, professionalism, service, social responsibility, and sustainability.

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Future of online certifications

No matter in which field you are, you’ve probably heard about the growing popularity of online certification courses. And if you’re wondering whether these programs are right for your needs, then it’s time to find out! In this article, we’ll explore why more and more professionals are choosing to take classes online and how they can help advance your career.

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NEW Teachable Course: How do people learn?

A brand new course is available on our Teachable online school.

How Do People Learn? Two Learning experts in conversation

This course offers a rare opportunity to learn from two eminent educators. One, a widely esteemed and talented trombone player and teacher, and the other a very experienced inclusive educational psychologist.

Drawing upon shared knowledge and direct experience of learning, the two educators explore dominant psychological models and how they make sense in the real world of teaching. From teaching trombone at an expert level, to teaching children and young people with complex needs, there’s a lot of overlap when it comes to learning.

By listening deeply and making connections to your own experiences, you will be able to consider how to improve your own teaching and the teaching of others.

Available now to purchase as an individual course or as part of our subscription and Membership Tier 3

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