The Sherpa Blog

STEM, Education and Online Tutoring News from the Sherpa Team.

A Sixth Mass Extinction Event is Well Underway; ‘David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet’

The knighted BBC broadcaster has been the tranquil voice of nature documentary narration since the beginning of, well, nature documentaries! Attenborough set off to explore the globe in his t

Conor Hughes

8 months ago

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The Psychology Behind Productivity and its Effects on Mental Health

We’ve all tried to lay off some work at some point. So why is it so hard to stay productive and what effect does it have on our wellbeing?

Conor Hughes

8 months ago

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How Airbus Is Revolutionising The Age Of Aviation Through Technology And Education

Hydrogen is becoming a highly talked about fuel because planes currently emit large amounts of pollution.

Ethan Carter

8 months ago

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Maths Teacher up for £1M Prize Thanks to Online Resources

Established by the Varkey Foundation, the Global Teacher Prize, in partnership with Unesco, is now in its sixth year. The 10 finalists are now announced for the prize draw later in the year.

Sebastian Owen

8 months ago

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The Students Ignored by the Coronavirus Legislation

“We don’t believe students will be entitled to reimbursement if the quality is there,” universities minister Michelle Donelan said. “Students are really getting the quality, and they’re getti

Conor Hughes

8 months ago

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Life on Mars? New Developments in the Search

Liquid water is vital for life, so the finding will be of interest to researchers studying the potential for bio-systems elsewhere in the galaxy.

Conor Hughes

8 months ago

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5 Tips to Become a Lifelong Learner

Reading is one of the best known ways for individuals to increase their knowledge. However, research reveals children today are reading less than ever.

Conor Hughes

8 months ago

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The Climate Clock, 6 Years to Educate the World

Climate activists who took part in the climate week in New York have unveiled an eye opening ‘Climate Clock’.

Sebastian Owen

8 months ago

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