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Monthly Archives: April 2014

  • ‘Perfect for classroom use…..This app is worth a download!’ Multiplication App Review.

    Brilliant news! We have received another good review for our fantastic educational apps. The review has been completed by for our BETT Award Winning Multiplication App. is a US website that recommends the best iPad apps for children, and provides reviews for teachers and parents so they can identify what each educational app has to offer. Over the course of the next few weeks, we will be receiving reviews for all our educational apps by… so we will keep you posted on how we get on!

    Here are just a few snippets from the Multiplication review:

    ‘Overall, I enjoyed this app, and my 10-year-old son will enjoy practicing his math facts (when I make him practice)…..This app is worth the download.’

    The reviewer particularly liked the tracking feature ‘Be sure to set up every student user with their own name, because the data is very useful.’

    The review is very detailed and gives us some great feedback that will enable us to make our apps even better moving forward!

    Read the full review here:

    We are pleased with all the feedback we have been given on all our apps. If you would like to write a review or give us feedback, please email:

  • Hot off the press! New A1 Psychology posters from Daydream Education.

    Over the last couple of months, the New Product Development team at Daydream has been working tirelessly on a fantastic new range of psychology posters. The dedicated team have been busy meeting with teachers, gathering feedback and trying new design techniques in order to produce some of the finest poster designs available!

    The posters have been given a fresh new look, which we feel is perfectly suited to the Higher Education sector. Each chart covers topical information whilst covering a broad range of GCSE, AS Level and A Level Psychology topics, including key information from the AQA, OCR and WJEC Specifications.

    Due for launch in June 2014, we thought we’d give you a sneak peek of our newest additions to the Daydream Education resource family. We hope you like them!

    Cognitive-Psychology-180 Biological Psychology Research Methods-Experimental Research Methods- Non Experimental

    Designed with the help of a group of fantastic Psychology teachers, the charts provide just the right balance of curriculum-based content and striking imagery to effectively engage students and improve understanding.
    The new Psychology A1 poster range will have 20 key topic titles including:

    • Cognitive Psychology
    • Biological Psychology
    • Social Psychology
    • Behavioural Psychology
    • Psychodynamic Psychology
    • Abnormal Psychology
    • Research Methods: Experimental Methods
    • Research Methods: Non-experimental Methods
    • Reliability and Validity
    • Selecting a Statistical Test
    • Biases
    • Psychology as a Science
    • Stress
    • Personality
    • Relationships
    • Forensic Psychology
    • Sports Psychology
    • Holism and Reductionism
    • Nature and Nurture
    • Free Will and Determinism

    If you would like to help us further develop our Psychology posters, we would welcome your feedback and guidance. Please contact us

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