Judy Hanning's blogs

Education / Jan 4, 2018
All kids love to play, but did you know it actually has cognitive benefits?Read more
Education / 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
Mathematics / Nov 8, 2017
If you want to teach your kids some math magic, go old school. It even could be a refresher for you, too.Read more
Neuroscience of Learning / Nov 8, 2017
Learning disabilities happen when the sides of your brain don't communicate -- but you can retrain them so they do.Read more
Dyscalculia / Aug 13, 2017
Why are Americans so bad at math? Is it because we don’t teach kids at a young age?Read more
Mathematics / Jul 13, 2017
Have you been thinking of ways to help children engage more in their mathematical education? Try setting up a math circle!Read more
Dyslexia / Aug 31, 2016
The article Ascot teenager overcomes severe dyslexia and dyscalculia to gain GCSEs discusses Jack Harley-Walsh's accomplishments. He is a unique person who has overlapping learning challenges. Jack...Read more
The data, or lack thereof, makes it clear that ADHD is not genetic. It is a behavioral issue. Read further to find out the truth behind recent studies saying otherwise.Read more
Dyscalculia / 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