domingo, 15 de septiembre de 2013

Brain breaks. Movement in learning

Movement in learning is a teaching method based on the concept that students learn better through movement in the classroom. Students should have the opportunity throughout a class period to move around to take "brain breaks" to refocus their attention so they can learn new material. Brain research suggests that physical activity prior to class and during class, increases students' ability to process and retain new material.
(Source: Wikipedia)

This site provides some good practices and links to further resources in this are:

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