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How to Reduce Stress and Improve Student Learning with Movement

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Thursday, August 02 2018
04:00 PM - 05:00 PM

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Online Webinar

“Exercise is the single most powerful tool that you have to optimize your brain function.” 
– John Ratey, M.D. Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School 

Incorporating physical movement into instruction plans can benefit learning, health, behavior and classroom management. Sitting for the majority of the day can lead students to feel stressed and become inattentive. Join Ruth Ellen to learn about the value of movement and exercise in the classroom. In this webinar, participants will learn proven strategies to reduce stress and improve student outcomes.


In this webinar we will focus on: 
- How physical movement in the classroom relates to the brain and physical and mental health 
- Why movement can help improve behavior and classroom management 
- How physical activities in the classroom promotes increased learning and student engagement 
- When to effectively incorporate movement into instruction across all content areas


Who should attend: 
-PreK-12 teachers 
-Teacher candidates 
-School administrators 
-Para-educators/Aides 
-Administrators 

This live webinar is FREE and open to the public

 

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