Hannah Roberts's blogs

Dyslexia / Aug 4, 2016
As a teacher I've often wondered what it would feel like to have a learning disability. What do these kids go through trying to learn basic math and reading skills? Often times, I have noticed that...Read more
Education / Aug 3, 2016
There are many resources for students with dyslexia to succeed at every grade level. Learn about them here!Read more
Dyscalculia / 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
Dyscalculia / Jul 23, 2016
Teachers are using creative ways to reduce the boredom of the Common Core State Standards. They are now letting children bring their own devices to the classroom. Rather than teaching one method, these new teaching strategies are helping children learn differently.Read more
Dyslexia / Jul 22, 2016
Teaching reading to a dyslexic student during homeschooling can be challenging, but certain methods and technology are there to help.Read more
Dyscalculia / Jul 20, 2016
If your child feeling math anxiety? They are not alone. Luckily there is a simple solution. A Stanford study revealed that one-on-one tutoring for several weeks improves math performance in kids with learning disabilities.Read more
Dyscalculia / Jul 19, 2016
Autreats is a retreat designed for those with autism. It provides a getaway from the overload of noises, sights, and smells.Read more
Dyscalculia / Jul 18, 2016
Parents, administrators, and the government have opposing opinions about the Common Core State Standards. The math standards in particular have had much criticism after a decline in test scores. In the end, we must ask ourselves, does the current math standards prepare students for college?Read more
Dyscalculia / Jul 17, 2016
Most students today can tell you: Math courses may need to be structured differently. In fact, the way to increase math success for those who struggle may be to ground the material in real world examples.Read more