Monthly Archives: June 2014

Virginia Berninger responds to NY Times article

Professor Virginia Berninger and Professor Todd Richards have written a letter to the NY Times requesting correction of factual information about their research as noted in the article “What’s Lost as Handwriting Fades”.  The NY Times has yet to publish … Continue reading

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Answer to: What the heck is that e doing in the word have?

It was brought to my attention that I neglected to answer a question posed in a post several months ago as to why there is a letter <e> at the end of the word have – my apologies!  So – … Continue reading

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Your Brain on Cursive – Interview with Maria Konnikova

Check out this podcast found in Science Times – David Corcoran of NYT interviews Maria Konnikova  https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/podcast-your-brain-on-cursive/id120316173?i=313778688&mt=2

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What’s Lost as Handwriting Fades

A recent article in the New York Times discusses the importance of teaching handwriting in elementary schools and its role in the the learning process overall.  The benefits of handwriting over keyboarding is certainly an important consideration in this day … Continue reading

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