Last May, the police found three children (siblings) stranded in a METH house. They placed the children, ages 10, 8 and 5, in a foster family who are neighbors with my teacher friend, Mrs. Mead. When the police rescued the children it was determined that the children were brain-damaged because they spoke incoherently. The foster […]Continue Reading . . .
I spoke with a Tennessee 3rd grade teacher last night who told me a heart-warming story about a student who has had cancer since 1st grade. He is in pain and has nearly debilitating eczema all over his body. He writes with great effort and like he is holding a knife due to nerve loss […]Continue Reading . . .
Are you working on a grant, doing independent research to encourage movement-based learning or seeking alternate strategies that increase math and reading fluency. Following are articles that support engaging students in kinesthetic learning programs. Research Recent research links exercise with brain development. In the book, Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain, the author, […]Continue Reading . . .
Would you like to learn the valuable skill of grant writing and bring the Math & Movement program to your school via a grant! Our goal is to make Math & Movement easily affordable by helping you learn more about the process of obtaining funding through the grant writing process. We are pleased to announce that we […]Continue Reading . . .