Neuroscience of Learning

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Phil Weaver / Apr 5, 2018
Are we missing out on the ancient ways of developing learning ability? Are our children suffering because of it?Read more
Judy Hanning / Mar 7, 2018
Does your child or student have trouble learning specific skills? The answer could determine if they have a learning obstacle as well as ways to improve their learning behavior and comprehension.Read more
Judy Hanning / Mar 1, 2018
POTS occupational therapy is so important and knowing what triggers your child is even more so. There are endless resources but do you feel as if there could be more out there to help face the challenges?Read more
Judy Hanning / Mar 1, 2018
Are you a procrastinator? If you are like most people, then you are in one way or another. Take a look at this article with fifteen different ways to stop procrastinating right now and start being productive.Read more
Judy Hanning / Feb 27, 2018
A few nights a week, have family art time. Both you and your child will benefit from art, whether it's music, painting, writing, or dancing.Read more
Judy Hanning / Feb 27, 2018
Did you know learning a new language can be addictive? What language do you want to learn?Read more
Judy Hanning / Feb 26, 2018
Teachers and educators: this infographic will make you think about your own teaching techniques to become even better at what you do.Read more
Judy Hanning / Feb 25, 2018
By being emotionally intelligent, you won't bring the stress of work back to your home. Here are 12 benefits of emotional intelligence in the workplace (and other helpful tips).Read more
Judy Hanning / Feb 25, 2018
Exercise has many benefits for your brain—here are 6!Read more
Judy Hanning / Feb 19, 2018
Music can bring up memories, moods, emotions, and even make us dance. Find out why here!Read more
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