Judy Hanning / Feb 10, 2019
You'll be silly not to incorporate these 5 foods into your diet after reading this infographic. Find out what yummy food helps improve memory.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 31, 2019
7 tips for teachers to manage children with emotional and behavioral disorders—and much more helpful information!Read more
Derek Gayle / Jan 24, 2019
Your child would rather be playing than doing homework, right? But experts suggest that making children aware of why they're doing the homework -- and how they're rewarded -- can be the cure to homework avoidance.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 20, 2019
ADHD is all grown up now! ADHD in the adult population in this infographic!Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 20, 2019
In a time when teachers are losing their jobs left and right the topic of who should stay and who should go is a hot one. This infographic explains the history behind the concept of tenure and the...Read more
Emmanuel / Jan 14, 2019
No, Simon does not "suffer from" dyslexia. He has dyslexia. People with learning disabilities should be addressed inclusively.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 14, 2019
Finally, the U.S. Department of Education is stepping up to the plate in support of children with dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia. Well, just a little anyway.Read more
Kara Skarda / Jan 9, 2019
Is the brain better at learning when using a picture based approach or a word-based approach? There may be some information out there. Learn more in this article.Read more
Liz Weaver / Jan 9, 2019
Does your child struggle to get ideas down on paper? Many do. Use this simple writing tip to develop the skills to get past it.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 8, 2019
Smart child, bad grades? If your child shows these signs, it may be worth investigating how to help. Highly intelligent children often learn differently and this can cause problems in academics. There are solutions. Find out more in this article.Read more
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