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This exciting new book proposes an innovative solution for an ever-increasing concern regarding childhood obesity and low standardized test scores û use movement in the classroom to stimulate students, re-direct hyper students, and improve student performance and close the achievement gap. It is important to understand that the parts of the brain responsible for movement is also involved in the learning memory processes, therefore, movement activities can stimulate the brainÆs neural processes to learn, understand, and retain academic information better which is proven through higher student grades and improved student performance.
Table of Contents
About the Authors
Introduction to Movement With Purpose
The Brain-Body Connection
Preparing the Brain
Providing Brain Breaks
Supporting Exercise and Fitness
Developing Class Cohesion
What Matters Most
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