High Challenge, Low Threat: How Tutors & Teachers Can Maximise Students’ Learning

How Tutors Can Use Empathy to Support Students Who Are Disengaged from School

Mary Myatt has changed the way we think about schools and our approach to developing children, both academically and cognitively.

Mary has produced an extraordinary range and wealth of literature on the subject, and it informs and inspires us in every part of the QT course and our vision for how to improve students’ ambitions and success.

The QT Podcast itself is changing the way tutors level up their service, hosting interviews and roundtables with many of the sector’s leading voices – this is tutor training while pottering around your kitchen or going out for a jog…

To discover more about Mary’s commitment to removing ‘redundant principles‘ in schools, do check out her new book, Back on Track: Fewer things, greater depth.

To explore Mary’s research on how we can refine the school curriculum, check out her book: The Curriculum: Gallimaufry to coherence.

For further discussion on the ‘how‘ and, importantly, the ‘why‘ of what we do, and how it can inspire change, Mary has a book for that too: Hopeful Schools.

“If I were to wave a magic wand, I would ensure that every professional involved in children’s learning had access to the high-quality evidence from the cognitive science that really makes a difference.”

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