Neuroscience of Learning


Judy Hanning / Apr 12, 2023
In some studies, experiencing anxiety suggest that it could increase the risk of developing certain long-term physical health problems, including diabetes, heart problems, and stomach ulcers...Read more
Judy Hanning / Apr 12, 2023
Brain fog is characterized by a lack of focus and mental clarity, forgetfulness, and confusion. This can be caused by lack of sleep, stress, overworking, and spending too much time on the computer...Read more
Judy Hanning / Apr 11, 2023
When you allow and encourage your children to express their feelings, both positive and negative, this supports their emotional development. Letting your children know that you are pleased with their...Read more
Judy Hanning / Apr 7, 2023
When we're in stressful situations, it is a fact that nutrition becomes less of a priority when we choose what to snack on. This especially stands for students more so during the revision period when...Read more
Judy Hanning / Apr 4, 2023
Students with executive function issues are expected to need additional support with organizational skills. Assisting students to get organized can help them properly navigate their schoolwork and...Read more
Judy Hanning / Mar 30, 2023
Emotional wellness can be explained as the developing capacity of children to experience, regulate, and express emotion in the cultural context of family and community. Good mental health is a vital...Read more
Judy Hanning / Mar 29, 2023
Often kids are afraid to make mistakes and, as parents and teachers, we want them to succeed. Let’s consider recognizing failure as good and a vital step on the path to learning. Failure is an...Read more
Judy Hanning / Mar 28, 2023
Problem-solving plays an important role in child development. This vital skill is not just coming up with a solution. It involves using one's creativity, thinking through possibilities, reasoning...Read more
Judy Hanning / Mar 27, 2023
Anxiety is one of the most prevalent mental illnesses plaguing society today. Regrettably, anxiety in children is at an all-time high. Often parents sometimes neglect to comprehend what their...Read more
Judy Hanning / Mar 26, 2023
According to the American Psychological Association (APA), emotion is “a complex reaction pattern, involving experiential, behavioral, and physiological elements.” Emotions are how people deal with...Read more