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Movement and Learning: Explain, Maintain and Train the Brain

Ended May 22, 2021

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Course Description

  • Physical activity is important for brain functioning, physical health and mental health. Research on the connection between movement and academic achievement is well known, such as increasing focus and memory. It also helps promote positive classroom relationships and connection. This quick course will provide a plethora of hands-on activities that can be used in all classrooms, both in-person and remotely. All participants will receive a Movement in the Classroom Supply Kit (while supplies last)
  • Lead Learner (Facilitator): Laurie LaComb | Kimmy Romine
  • Credit(s) and Type: 2 Hours Relicensure


Target Audience

  • Admin/Pro-tech
  • Certified
  • Classified
  • Open to Charter School Staff = Yes
    • Charter Certified
    • Charter Classified


Timeline Overview

  • Beginning of course: 1.1.2021
  • End of Course: 5.20.2021



Here are the outcomes for the course (what participants will walk away with from the course).

  • Gain deeper understanding of how the learning brain functions
  • Experience brain-based strategies that can be implemented into your classroom
  • Utilize supporting resources and create an intention