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A complete set of companion study notes, lesson worksheets and case studies for AQA A Level Geography (3.1.2 Hot desert systems and landscapes)

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AQA A Level Geography Core Resource Pack - Hot Desert Systems and Landscapes

A complete set of companion study notes, lesson worksheets and case studies for the Coastal Systems & Landscapes (3.1.3) subject content of AQA A Level Geography.

£25.00 (+VAT)

AQA A Level Geography Core Resource Pack - Coastal Systems & Landscapes

A complete set of companion study notes, lesson worksheets and case studies for the Changing Places (3.2.2) subject content of AQA A Level Geography.

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AQA A Level Geography Core Resource Pack - Changing Places

Building confidence with handling the quantitative skills element of A Level Business is a key part of effective exam preparation. In this webinar we'll focus on the tricky area of...

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Build Confidence with Quantitative Skills in A Level Business - Discounted Cash Flow

Join us for an informal online Q&A/discussion, focusing on assessment and marking. Attendees will be asked to share ideas and best practice in relation to assessment and marking.

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A-Level Psychology Café – Assessment & Marking

This revision webinar will focus on how commercial banks credit credit and the impact of changes in the supply of credit on the macroeconomy.

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Essential A Level Economics: Year 2 (Macro) - Commercial Banks and the Economy

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It is a commonly held belief that ‘travelling broadens the mind’. However, recent research suggests that travelling may also result in immoral behaviour, and possibly even cheating. An article in...

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Does Travelling Make You More Likely to Cheat?

In our highly-connected world, recent research suggests that we are becoming less capable of forming relationships, and Psychologist Vinita Mehta claims that increased media use is one of the contributing...

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Mobile Phones Affect Relationships
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On this page you will find the recording and a link to the resources for the tutor2u Psychology Student Webinar titled: Issues & Debates - Idiographic & Nomothetic Approaches.

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Student Webinar: Issues & Debates - Idiographic & Nomothetic Approaches

Here's this week's Economics News Quiz. 6 multi-choice questions based upon the world of Economics. Nice 5 minute starter for next week or Bell Work exercise as students arrive at your class.

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This week's Economics News Quiz
20th January 2017

Digital cartels

A superb stretching article at the FT on how technology is creating cartels :Price-setting algorithms mean regulators must now tackle collusion among machines. Algorithms are enabling price collusion without leaving...

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Digital cartels

Finally, Psychologists have provided an excuse for skipping the gym and while it may be good for physical health, recent research suggests that it can lead to body dysmorphia. A...

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Going to the Gym is Dangerous for Mental Health

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