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Edward Watson

Edward Watson founded InnerDrive, a mental skills company that initially worked in Premier League football and with Olympic athletes, in 2006. The majority of InnerDrive‘s current work is now in education and business, coaching students and teachers to realise their potential and to cope effectively with pressure.

Click here to view a feature of ‘Release Your Inner Drive’ in The Daily Mail.

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5 things to look out for in the next 100 days at InnerDrive

July 02 2020

Whilst lockdown has been challenging, we believe that learning never stops. So, the past 3 months have been quite eventful for us...

We are about to enter the most exciting and groundbreaking time at InnerDrive HQ. We’ve been working on some pretty special projects that we are focusing on over the next hundred days. We thought you’d like to hear about them. So, here are five things to keep an eye out for...

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How does interleaving help struggling students?

June 29 2020

Interleaving is becoming an increasingly popular revision technique, with teachers and students becoming more aware of its positive effects on learning. With the mounting research surrounding interleaving, we are able to have a deeper insight into how it affects specific groups of students.

In every classroom, teachers will find a student (maybe even a few) who struggles to keep up with their peers. These students require extra attention and guidance when it comes to learning in the classroom and revising outside of school. We’ve done the research and found that interleaving is especially helpful for these students.

Here’s how interleaving can be used to help struggling students...

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