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Over their thirty plus years of teaching and coaching, Steve Oakes and Martin Griffin have discovered something very important. Those students who make real and sustained progress at A level aren't necessarily the ones with super test scores. In fact, some students who don't do well in middle school do very well in high school while some who have outstanding test scores do Over their thirty plus years of teaching and coaching, Steve Oakes and Martin Griffin have discovered something very important. Those students who make real and sustained progress at A level aren't necessarily the ones with super test scores. In fact, some students who don't do well in middle school do very well in high school while some who have outstanding test scores don't do well in later years. But why? The answer is mindset. Successful students approach their studies with the right behaviors, skills and attitudes. They are no different cognitively, but they work more effectively, they are determined and better organized, they give more discretionary effort, and in turn, they get better results. In this book the authors share their secrets of coaching your students to grow their mindsets and get the best grades. This volume offers forty easy-to-use activities that will supercharge your learners' ambition, persistence and determination.


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Over their thirty plus years of teaching and coaching, Steve Oakes and Martin Griffin have discovered something very important. Those students who make real and sustained progress at A level aren't necessarily the ones with super test scores. In fact, some students who don't do well in middle school do very well in high school while some who have outstanding test scores do Over their thirty plus years of teaching and coaching, Steve Oakes and Martin Griffin have discovered something very important. Those students who make real and sustained progress at A level aren't necessarily the ones with super test scores. In fact, some students who don't do well in middle school do very well in high school while some who have outstanding test scores don't do well in later years. But why? The answer is mindset. Successful students approach their studies with the right behaviors, skills and attitudes. They are no different cognitively, but they work more effectively, they are determined and better organized, they give more discretionary effort, and in turn, they get better results. In this book the authors share their secrets of coaching your students to grow their mindsets and get the best grades. This volume offers forty easy-to-use activities that will supercharge your learners' ambition, persistence and determination.

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    So stupid, I can’t believe teachers make us do this shizer, how is this helping my education. What the hell it is worth £169 quid on eBay , who would pay for this crap !?

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    Zeba Clarke

    Extremely useful set of activities aimed at getting Sixth Formers thinking about their approaches to school and beyond.

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