Hannah Roberts's blogs

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
New studies have shown that exercise could be a valid alternative to medicine for treating ADHD.Read more
Dyscalculia / Jul 14, 2016
Research shows that a degree in Math or Science can help a women break the salary barrier. Is this something your daughter should focus on? Continue to read further for more information on how a STEM career can positively impact your daughter!Read more
Education / Jul 14, 2016
This impressive technique is beneficial for adults, but it can also help children improve grades and greatly reduce anxiety.Read more
Living in the world of ADHD can be confusing and chaotic. Could having a more organized, structured home ease the confusion and chaos?Read more
Do you think ADHD is a real disease? Is it caused by chemical imbalances in the brain, or by a social environment? Scientists disagree.Read more
Dyscalculia / Jul 7, 2016
The solution to “mathphobia” could be cracking a joke. You will have an easy time approaching mathematics if you are not afraid of it.Read more