Judy Hanning / Jan 29, 2018
Conflicting reports argue whether or not American students are really bad at math compared to other countries.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 28, 2018
Do you encourage your daughter to try engineering? Only 10% do. Learn more unsettling facts about women in STEM here.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 25, 2018
Only 26% of women in the US hold a computing job. Less than 7% of women in Europe have a tech related job. Learn how we can increase these numbers!Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 24, 2018
Here’s why we need more STEM Education for all children.Read more
Hannah Roberts / Jan 23, 2018
Is your student struggling in math? Some schools believe the key is to ground the material in real world examples.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 17, 2018
Do you identify as a “math person?” If not, it many not have anything to do with your ability, but more to do with the support that surrounds you.Read more
Hannah Roberts / Jan 10, 2018
The solution to “mathphobia” could be as simple as cracking a joke.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jan 2, 2018
Trying to fit a divergent learner into a mold can kill their spirit and ensure academic failure. Even for the most intelligent of students. Is Common core a boon or bane for our children?Read more
Judy Hanning / Dec 26, 2017
The teenagers in this video certainly make it more accessible to young students. The peer-to-peer interviews also help normalize dyscalculia for teens who may be experiencing low self-esteem due to their difficulties with math.Read more
Judy Hanning / Dec 26, 2017
Dyscalculia is an often ignored learning difference that has stalled the progress of students in school. It inhibits their ability to do basic math skills that they need to advance in grade level.Read more