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Brain and Movement Breaks

Refresh and Recharge with Movement.

  • 1 hour
  • 45 US dollars
  • Online

Service Description

Do you want to improve your students' learning outcomes? This course is designed to show you how to incorporate Brain and Movement Breaks into classroom instruction. Through this course, educators will learn the science behind Brain and Movement Breaks, as well as practical strategies to implement them in the classroom. We will also discuss the benefits of Brain and Movement Breaks and how they can increase student engagement and focus. Finally, we will explore a variety of Brain and Movement Break activities that are suitable for all grade levels and learning styles. Join us and learn how to bring Brain and Movement Breaks into your classroom for maximum learning results! Benefits of functional movement breaks: ● Improves attention ● Keeps students on task ● Decreases stress and anxiety ● Increases self-regulation ● Promotes a sense of calm Course formats: This course is offered in group courses and online format when available. Acceptance information: This course is accepted for professional development training requirements and annual in-service hours/credits in most states. Learning Outcomes: ● Describe the benefits of brain and movement breaks in the classroom. ● Develop an understanding of how to lead and facilitate brain and movement breaks. ● Identify simple strategies to help students stay focused and engaged. ● Understand the impact of brain and movement breaks on student behavior. ● Utilize brain and movement breaks to support student learning. ● Recognize how to incorporate brain and movement breaks in the curriculum. ● Evaluate the effectiveness of brain and movement breaks. ● Analyze the impact of brain and movement breaks on student well-being. Topics covered: ● Introduction to Brain & Movement Breaks ● Benefits of Brain and Movement Breaks ● Setting Up Brain and Movement Breaks ● Best Practices for Brain and Movement Breaks in the Classroom ● Creating Brain and Movement Break Activities Assessment methods: Multiple choice quiz and/or written assignments. Instructional methodology: Interactive Instruction, experiential learning, read written material, view videos, and listen to audio segments.

Contact Details


415 55th Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33407, USA

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