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10 Tips to Recruit Teachers!

July 2nd, 2018 / Glen Jones

Recruiting teachers and teaching staff can be costly. And after having read this article in TES on the increasing number of students and decreasing number of pupils, we thought it would be good to share some great ways of recruiting teachers 1. Tell Everyone about it! The more people hear about your vacancy the more candidates […]

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Create a Positive Learning Environment at Home

June 22nd, 2018 / Morgan Evans

Creating a Positive Learning Environment at Home can have a big impact of your child’s development. A child’s development is affected by a variety of things such as parent attitudes, inspirations, education level, home learning environment, school influences, child’s characteristics and personal qualities. Just remember as a parent, you can make a difference! An unhealthy home […]

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How to Help a Child Calm Down

May 22nd, 2018 / Naomi Lau

Children can become distressed for many reasons – some of which are incomprehensible to adults – and it’s important that adults understand how to help a child calm down. Time alone: Many families use the ‘naughty step’ technique. This works for some but not for others. Sometimes trying new phrases can be beneficial such as […]

Can Educational Apps Help Children Learn?

May 8th, 2018 / Naomi Lau

Or do Educational Apps really work (we’re a bit biased)? This is a question that many parents wonder. It was great being able to quickly type in YouTube ‘Peppa Pig’ and moments later there was complete and utter silence… or perhaps the only way to get them to eat dinner was to let them have […]

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Do Rewards Work in Classrooms?

April 18th, 2018 / Naomi Lau

Rewards can affect student behaviour but when is it ok to use them and why? Rewards are a motivating factor for all and especially children. It can make them very productive in completing their work. If you are finding it difficult to get everyone involved using rewards can raise volunteers in doing a task or […]

How to Motivate Disaffected Students

April 11th, 2018 / Naomi Lau

Do you have disaffected students? Do some students seem tired and restless? Do you find yourself having to constantly tell the back row to stop leaning their chairs against the wall? Day in and day out you think why my class can’t be the enthusiastic bunch like the year below, where’s the motivation in them? […]

Types of Learners

March 19th, 2018 / Naomi Lau

While types of learners have fallen out of fashion, it can be a useful tool to systematically come up with new approaches to explaining topics in the classroom. Everyone has their own way of learning and the truth is not one way of learning can be applied to everyone. Do you remember a time where […]

How to achieve a positive work balance

March 5th, 2018 / Naomi Lau

It’s inevitable that there comes a point in our lives that we want to run away from our problems. But…we’re not here to sympathise about you or to cry about it but to act on it. Let me fill you in with some teacher tips on keeping a positive work balance. Why is it important? […]

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Emile travels to GESS Dubai 2018

February 27th, 2018 / Naomi Lau

We have arrived in Dubai for the GESS 2018 event and the Emile team are very excited to be exhibiting our product from the 27th Feb-1st March. If you’re curious about what we do or looking for inspiration be sure to come by and say hello! GESS Dubai is the largest education event in the […]

Awards & more – What we’ve been up to!

February 23rd, 2018 / Glen Jones

Emile has accomplished many awards and recognition over the last few months and thought we had better tell someone! We got off to a great start in November by being selected as one of 5 Edtech Innovations of 2017 by the world-famous Bookseller. The Bookseller magazine is a prestigious publication and has a huge online […]

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