1. Handwriting activates a unique neural circuit, which makes learning easier. Cognitive psychologist Dr. Stanislas Dehaene from the College de France says the handwritten word stimulates our brain.
It was about 9.30 pm on a cold November night in 2009 when the phone rang. I was used up after a tiring day and let the phone ring die down. A few minutes later the phone sprang into life again and pulled my heavy eyelids open
It might be an over exaggeration to say cursive writing is all the rage, but it has seen a bit of a surge in popularity here recently. Why not take that skill and write a letter?
Experts say handwriting notes help students to understand the material better. In a world relying increasingly on technology, more students are moving away from handwritten to online note-taking.
The College Board found that students who wrote in cursive for the essay portion of the SAT scored higher than those who wrote in the manuscript style of writing.