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What Your Brain Looks Like While Doing Math

A short time ago, the NY Times put out a fascinating story with pictures of scans showing what happens in the brain when solving a math problem.  They indicated four distinct steps: encoding (downloading), planning (strategizing), solving (performing the math), … Continue reading

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Study shows Growing Need for Individual Study to Fill Skill Gaps

A couple of weeks ago, a new analysis of reading and math test score data was released by Stanford CEPA (Center for Educational Policy Analysis).  If you didn’t hear about it or get the chance to read the excellent New … Continue reading

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