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Student exam workshops

Our intensive one-day exam coaching & revision courses are designed to focus students on the techniques and skills that examiners require them to demonstrate under pressure in the exam hall.

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A Level Year 1 (AS) Economics Revision Workshops

Manchester, Leeds, London, Bristol, Birmingham, Portsmouth, Cambridge

Join us for these intensive one-day exam coaching & revision workshops to help students prepare for the two exam papers in Year 1 (AS) of the new A Level Economics.

AQA BUSS4 Revision Workshops

Gateshead, Leeds, Manchester, London, Bristol, Birmingham, Portsmouth, Cambridge

Join Jim Riley and the rest of the tutor2u BUSS4 team for an intensive day designed to prepare students for the challenges of BUSS4 in June 2016. Highly recommended.

A2 Economics Revision Workshops

Manchester, Leeds, London, Bristol, Birmingham, Portsmouth, Cambridge

This exam coaching and revision workshop is designed to support A2 Economics students in the final phase of their preparation for exams in June 2016. The workshop combines exam technique advice...

AQA A Level Business Year 1 (AS) Revision Workshops

Gateshead, Leeds, Manchester, London, Bristol, Birmingham, Portsmouth, Cambridge

Join Graham Prior and the team for this intensive one-day exam workshop to help students perform to their best in the first AQA A Level Business Year 1 (AS) exams in...

Edexcel A Level Business Year 1 (AS) Revision Workshops

Gateshead, Manchester, London, Bristol, Birmingham

This intensive one-day exam technique and revision workshop is designed to help Edexcel A Level Business students maximise their performance in the first-ever Edexcel A Level Business Year 1 (AS) exams...

AQA AS Psychology Revision Workshops

Manchester, London, Birmingham, Portsmouth, Cambridge

Join the tutor2u Psychology team for an intensive day of revision and exam technique practice for AQA AS Psychology (new spec). We've packed a huge amount into the five...

GCSE Business Revision Workshops

London, Birmingham, Manchester

Join Graham Prior, Michelle Stephenson and Jim Riley for tutor2u's intensive one-day revision workshops focusing on the key exam skills and core topics required for success in GCSE Business...

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The Professional Teacher

Our dedicated tutor2u channel to support teaching professionals in the classroom and beyond

The National Autistic Society's website is full of really useful information to help you support students with autism in the classroom and playground - there is a great interactive...

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Reading University's new approach to university offers

11th February 2016

A spokesperson for Reading University announced today that they would be making flexible "stress-reducing" offers to students applying for places for next year, guaranteeing places even if grades...

Your Life Relived - in Chunks

10th February 2016

This thought-provoking four-minute video from National Geographic would make for an interest lesson resource during tutor or form time.

Revision techniques - the good, the not-so-good, and the useless

10th February 2016

This old-ish article from the BBC remains one of my favourites in terms of getting a quick snapshot of  the effectiveness of different revision techniques, as it is...

How to help anxious students

10th February 2016

I've spoken to lots of parents recently who are concerned about anxiety in their children, especially as the summer exams start to become a very real focus. What can you...

Government (finally!) confirms teacher shortages

10th February 2016

A report this week from the National Audit Office confirms what most of us have known for some time - there is a national shortage of teachers. The NAO said...

eBooks or traditional books in the classroom?

8th February 2016

I was really interested by this BBC report on the impact that eBooks are having in classrooms, compared with traditional books. 

Business

IB Diploma B&M Paper 1 2016 - Case Study Comprehension Quiz

13th February 2016

Here is a great resource to try again and again so that students preparing for the IB Business & Management Paper 1 exam in 2016 are completely familiar with the case study.

IB Diploma B&M Case Study May 2016: Todos os Mercados

13th February 2016

Students preparing for the IB Diploma in Business Management Paper 1 need to be highly familiar with the May 2016 case study - Todos os Mercados.

IB Diploma B&M May 2016 - Todos os Mercados Toolkit

13th February 2016

The details have been confirmed about our popular revision toolkit for the IB Diploma Paper 1 Case Study for May 2016 - Todos os Mercados.

Blood, Sweat and Profits - How Class Pass Is Fueling Demand for Fitness

12th February 2016

A great example here of how an innovative app is helping the owners of boutique fitness classes maximise their class attendance, thereby increasing capacity utilisation and boosting profits.

Is the Sugar Tax a Threat to Business?

12th February 2016

The UK is just one of several countries looking at the introduction of a sugar tax. Would it work? How might be affect businesses?

Ansoff Would be Proud: Burger King Expands into Hot Dogs

12th February 2016

In what is being described as the most significant new product introduction for Burger King in years, the fast food outlet is adding hot dogs to the menu.

Our business topic of the day is "Critical Path Analysis". Revise this key concept using our study notes, presentations and more!

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Economics

Baltic Dry Index Suggests Stormy Times for Global Economy

12th February 2016

The cost of hiring a freight-liner to carry products around the world has collapsed in recent months. If the Baltic Dry Index is any guide for the global economy,...

EU launches anti-dumping probe on Chinese steel

12th February 2016

The pressure for official investigations into allegations that China is dumping steel into the European Union has been mounting for many months. Now the EU has decided to extend their...

GSK hit by fine for anti-competitive behaviour

12th February 2016

Quelle surprise - on being fined for anti-competitive behaviour, GSK deny the allegations and argue that they brought the drugs of their generic rivals to the market earlier, saving the...

St Mary Magdalene Academy Economics Question Time (2016)

12th February 2016

We are delighted to add details of the 2016 St Mary Magdalene Academy Economics Question Time event to be held in London on 9th March. Tickets are free and a...

Topic of the Day: Contestable Markets

12th February 2016

Our economics topic of the day is “Contestable Markets”. Get to grips with this this key concept using our study notes, presentations, videos and more!

The England football team suit and globalisation

11th February 2016

The story of the creation of the England football team's suit for Euro 2016 is a great example to use in analysing globalistion, with elements created all over the world -...

English

Introducing The Professional Teacher

2nd February 2016

Teaching isn't easy. There are no simple solutions, no monopoly on what works best. But our new Professional Teacher channel will help take some of the strain.

GCSE / IGCSE English Literature Revision Quizzes

6th April 2015

Try some of these revision quizzes for core set texts, plays and poems for GCSE and iGCSE English Literature. Each time you take a quiz we load up ten different...

Teaching 19th Century English Texts - the New Teaching Resource from CUP, Zondle and tutor2u

8th February 2015

We're delighted to be partnering with Cambridge University Press (CUP) and Zondle to support the launch of a superb new teaching & learning resource for colleagues teaching GCSE English from...

Geography

Starter activity - Water scarcity could affect four billion people

13th February 2016

Drought conditions are set to increase due to future climate change.

EU migration issue affecting tourism

13th February 2016

With large numbers of migrants taking specific routes across Europe, many places are feeling the economic impact

Protecting Vulnerable Populations Against the Risk of Cyclones

12th February 2016

The World Bank is financing the construction of 1,000 multi-purpose cyclone shelters along the Indian coastline. This short video explains why.

Megacities - Dramatic Changes Coming to London's Skyline

12th February 2016

You only need to count the cranes emerging in Central London to appreciate just how much high-rise building development is taking place there.

A flare is lit in the energy gloom

12th February 2016

It happened this week without much of a fanfare – but was marked by the lighting of a gas flare; the opening of Britain’s newest stream of gas from the...

Climate Change and the Global Spread of Infectious Diseases

11th February 2016

An interesting article here in the Guardianwhich explores the possibility that climate change is contributing to the spread of infectious diseases - particularly the Zika virus.

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The world is currently experiencing one of the most severe 'El Nino' weather events on record.  For the subsistence farmers in El Salvador, El Nino couldn't have come at...

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History

Introducing The Professional Teacher

2nd February 2016

Teaching isn't easy. There are no simple solutions, no monopoly on what works best. But our new Professional Teacher channel will help take some of the strain.

Hitler's "Mein Kampf" Published Again in Germany

28th December 2015

A controversial and sensitive issue in Germany and beyond is raised by the news that Hitler's book, "Mein Kampf," is to be published in Germany at the start of 2016.

Stunning Drone Video Tour of Auschwitz

7th August 2015

A short and poignant video tour here - with a difference. Using drone technology, viewers are taking on an aerial tour of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp as it is today.

Law

A legal lowdown of the European Union (EU)

11th February 2016

Recent weeks have seen a lot in the news about the EU and our relationship with it - but what exactly is the EU? 

Michael Gove Goes to Prison

9th February 2016

It's ok. Don't worry. Michael Gove, the Justice Secretary, is only making a fleeting visit to a new prison. However, this Channel 4 video which follows Gove provides a useful introduction...

How to Tackle Scenario Questions in Criminal Law

3rd February 2016

Here's a great technique for answering those tough criminal law scenario questions for non-fatal offences.

Introducing The Professional Teacher

2nd February 2016

Teaching isn't easy. There are no simple solutions, no monopoly on what works best. But our new Professional Teacher channel will help take some of the strain.

WOW! Law 2014 Teaching Resource Folders

28th January 2016

We checked the store room just now and found a few pristine copies of the full delegate resource folder for WOW! Law 2014!  The folder is packed with superb, timeless...

WOW! Law 2015 Teaching Resource Folders

28th January 2016

Over 100 A Level & BTEC Law teachers joined us for WOW! Law 2015. We've still got few of the bumper delegate resource folders left - which can now be ordered at a...

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Some great footage captured by CCTV in this short Telegraph video which showcases five examples of pensioners who took on criminals.

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Politics

Mao's Little Red Book

11th February 2016

It's 60 years on from Mao's Cultural Revolution, and 60 years since his Little Red Book of quotations became an essential item to carry in your pocket if you were a...

English votes for English laws "too complicated"

11th February 2016

The Commons' Public Administration Select Committee has said that the "English laws for English votes" arrangement , introduced to try and prevent the so-called West Lothian problem, ...

Should the Commons be more family friendly?

11th February 2016

An opinion poll conducted by BMG showed today that a majority of the public wants Common rules to be changed to be more family friendly and supportive to pregnant MPs....

Who are the Independent Voters in the US?

10th February 2016

A growing proportion of US voters describe themselves as "independent" - i.e. they don't have a declared allegiance to either the Republican or Democratic Party.

Eurosceptic Parties Build on the Back of the Refugee Crisis

10th February 2016

A useful short video piece here from Jonah Hull on the resurgence of eurosceptic political parties within the EU.

Why did Trump and Sanders win in New Hampshire?

10th February 2016

If you want to dissect the specific stats and numbers from the New Hampshire Primary then you can do so here. However, it's perhaps more interesting to look at the...

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Mary Robinson (former President of Ireland) argues in this wide-ranging TED talk that people living in poverty are more likely to have their human rights threatened as a result of...

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Psychology

Introducing The Professional Teacher

2nd February 2016

Teaching isn't easy. There are no simple solutions, no monopoly on what works best. But our new Professional Teacher channel will help take some of the strain.

Role of Peer Review in the Scientific Process

Study notes

Peer review is a process that takes place before a study is published to ensure that the research is of a high quality, contributes to the field of research and...

Research Control

Study notes

There are several ways in which research can be controlled to eliminate extraneous variables.

Sampling Techniques

Study notes

A population is an entire group with specified characteristics. The target group/population is the desired population subgroup to be studied, and therefore want research findings to generalise to. A...

Content and Thematic Analysis

Study notes

Content analysis refers to the process in which presentations of behaviour or qualitative data from self-reports are analysed.

Correlations

Study notes

Psychologists are not alone in their use of correlations, in fact many disciplines will use the method.  A correlation checks to see if two sets of numbers are related;...

31st January 2016

Case Studies

Case studies are very detailed investigations of an individual or small group of people, usually regarding an unusual phenomenon or biographical event of interest to a research field. Due to...

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Religious Studies

Introducing The Professional Teacher

2nd February 2016

Teaching isn't easy. There are no simple solutions, no monopoly on what works best. But our new Professional Teacher channel will help take some of the strain.

Abortion in Northern Ireland - the Religious Divide

14th January 2016

Few issues are more divisive than that of abortion - particularly in Northern Ireland where it remains illegal.

Why Do People Become Islamic Extremists?

13th January 2016

What makes someone become an Islamic extremist?

Sunni and Shia Divide Explained

13th January 2016

This short (90 second) video from The Telegraph provides a useful summary of the reasons for the divide between Sunni and Shia muslims.

Margaret John - Why I Support Assisted Dying

28th August 2015

A timely video here from the Economist ahead of the upcoming parliamentary vote on whether to overturn the ban on assisted suicide.

Free Will and Determinism

1st March 2015

Sociology

Introducing The Professional Teacher

2nd February 2016

Teaching isn't easy. There are no simple solutions, no monopoly on what works best. But our new Professional Teacher channel will help take some of the strain.

Slavery in London

14th January 2016

Every years thousands of overseas workers come to London to work for their rich employers. The result, some might argue, is modern-day slavery on the streets of one of the...

Societal Change and Caesarean Sections

13th January 2016

Caesarean section rates have increased dramatically around the globe in recent years and they have proven controversial. The reasons for the increase use of Caesarean sections is partly medically-related,...

Growing Old in America's Prisons

28th August 2015

A fascinating insight here into the life of elderly prisoners who make up an increasing number of America's 2 million+ inmates.

What is stratification?

Study notes

Stratification describes the way in which different groups of people are placed within society.

New GCSE Sociology - Teaching Content from September 2017

3rd August 2015

The DfE has published the draft proposed subject content for the new GCSE Sociology for first teaching from September 2017.The draft teaching content is now open to consultation and responses...

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Ireland has become the first country in the world to vote on same-sex marriage in a national referendum. This short BBC video takes a look at how the issue of...

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