Kinesthetic K.I.D.S.

Synopsis

Kinesthetic Instructional Differentiation Strategies

Can you change a brain? Can learning and memory capacity increase? Can the brain be primed for improved learning?
Find the answers in this highly energetic, interactive presentation that summarizes the recent brain research that links movement to learning and shows how it translates into classroom practice. It will highlight kinesthetic teaching strategies that align to educational state standards for the classroom. Come learn kid-tested and kid-approved short, quick, fun lessons that build capacity by teaching reading, math, social studies and science kinesthetically.

Objectives

  1. The professionals will gain insight into how Action Based Learning® reinforces cognition based on the brain research that supports the link of movement to learning.
  2. The professionals will gain insight into individual strengths and how to fulfill the needs of each child through movement.
  3. The professionals will gain insight into how Educational State Standards in literacy, math, science and academics can be facilitated through movement and music.
  4. The professionals will gain insight into how movement and Action Based Learning® anchors learning based on the brain research that supports the link of movement to learning.