Dyscalculia

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Kara Skarda / Dec 8, 2016
If parenting a child with a learning disability seems like a challenge, rest assured you are not alone. Here are tips to help you navigate this new world. And do we have some good news for you.Read more
Judy Hanning / Oct 28, 2016
Bad at math and/or finances? You are not alone. Being bad at money management is correlated with one’s math ability.Read more
Judy Hanning / Oct 1, 2016
The video discusses the many signs and symptoms of dyscalculia in the classroom.Read more
Judy Hanning / Sep 5, 2016
Learning disabilities types, signs, and obstacles.Read more
Hannah Roberts / Sep 1, 2016
Not only can one-on-one tutoring benefit kids with dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia, it can actually physically change their brains. When given the support they need, studies suggest that these students' brains become nearly indistinguishable from the rest of their peers over time.Read more
Judy Hanning / Aug 22, 2016
Seeing "financial" and "illiteracy" in the same sentence is scary. But stats show that Americans are not financially educated. We need to start educating the youth on managing their finances.Read more
Judy Hanning / Aug 13, 2016
For children, learning math becomes easier when they have fun. This can be achieved through math circles. A way to combine concepts such as magic tricks with fundamentals in order to facilitate learning.Read more
Hannah Roberts / Jul 28, 2016
It is no surprise that kids love playing games. When games are both educational and fun, it is a win-win! Learn how The Counting Kingdom is doing just that.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jul 27, 2016
Several Catholic schools chose to not participate in the Common Core. Unlike public schools, they have adopted blended learning programs.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jul 25, 2016
Conflicting reports argue whether or not American students are really bad at math compared to other countries.Read more
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