There are two different ways of raising grades at GCSE and A level which work well together. But not every school uses both.
The most obvious way to raise the grades of students taking exams is what we all strive to do: raise the quality of teaching and learning.
So dominant is this approach that the notion of there being an alternative is often not considered. After all, what else is there to do?
The answer, which perfectly complements the first approach, is managing stress and increasing motivation. This is essential because the level of stress that students experience seriously affects their ability to learn and their motivation to succeed.
However, the problem is that managing stress and fostering self-motivation is not something most of us are trained to do and we may feel that the time and resources to try are limited.
Helping students learn to overcome stress, teaching them to motivate themselves, encouraging them to plan for the future and develop confidence to try new things are essential skills. They help to build mental resilience and enhance overall mental well-being.
To develop these skills, students must explore them. Finding time in the school day to focus on these areas can be challenging and you may not have the resources or ideas to hand to achieve the desired result. But could you find ten minutes to introduce an activity that was already prepared?
Our solution comes in the form of eight worksheets in a ready-made booklet – ‘Greatest Strength Workbook for Students’. It comes with a free teacher’s guide and is available as an instant download. The teacher’s guide and a sample can be downloaded for free to get you started. The full license is currently only £29.99.
When you start to see the benefits of this kind of personal development, setting aside a small amount of time to complete a specifically designed task becomes easy.
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