Author Archives: Magnus Langhelle

How to make children good at math!

Is there something that distinguishes adult mathematicians from the average person? Several studies suggest that....Click to read more

Test your own working memory!

It’s difficult to grasp how critical working memory actually is for young children. I had....Click to read more

Stress Management and a Growth Mindset

A growth mindset becomes especially effective when combined with a positive attitude toward stress (Yeager....Click to read more

How to Help Your Child with Math Anxiety!

In addition to taking working memory into account, it’s important to use direct methods to....Click to read more

How much can children actually remember at once?

Working memory capacity varies greatly from person to person and is not fully developed until....Click to read more

The brain can be trained!

When my daughter was six years old, she started taking piano lessons. Soon, she could....Click to read more

Are we creating school underachievers because we don’t take working memory into account?

When children struggle in school, there is every reason to consider whether it could be....Click to read more

How to experience the night sky!

The universe is mysterious and fascinating, almost beyond comprehension. Placing oneself and the planet Earth....Click to read more

This is how children become happy about mathematics.

Your child is not only designed to learn languages. It also has an innate mathematical....Click to read more

Learning from Experiences: Failing as the Path to Success.

When your child makes a mistake, there is no reason to despair. For making mistakes....Click to read more