University application mentoring is about helping students to achieve their goals in education, both for the next step and the long-term. For many students that specifically revolves around their university applications, especially when their exam results are not what they hoped.
As we seek to make up, catch up and move forward, lots of ideas are being proposed to meet the shortfall, but how do you think we can make up the Covid education deficit?
From handling pressure to challenging your thinking, the University of Cambridge a reputation for the ways it facilitates excellence.
One study found that 15% of students found feedback to be ‘upsetting’. As educators, what can we learn from this to make student feedback feel more helpful than critical?
With the rise of technology and digitisation we have seen a shift in the demand for particular capabilities from employers over the years, but can tech really replace people?
At a time when students already have a lot to juggle and think about, just how important are extracurricular activities?