”infusing movement into instruction can be a very effective tool for student learning.” New Jersey Education Association (NJEA)
Join with other teachers to learn innovative ways to incorporate movement into academic studies and classroom activities. Through experiential activities and discussion help make your classroom & school a center of engaged learners.
Movement in the classroom not only benefits the physical body, but also increases brain activity. It encourages each student to experience deeper levels of learning, self-discovery & self-expression. Using movement as a tool for learning helps to build better communication and creative problem solving skills. Incorporating a mindful, kinesthetic approach to learning benefits both the student and the teacher.