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The results are in! Overwhelmingly, it's being reported that there is a positive link between fitness and good grades. Here are a few of the studies out there and the links to them. If you need any more proof, here it is!
Researchers in Portugal found a link between physical fitness and better classroom…Continue
There are many resources, both in print and online, for struggling readers. However, information and resources for sensory learners who are struggling readers are a bit more challenging to find.
Since we will always want to “teach to the strengths” of a child, it is important to know the child's learning style. If the learning style of a particular child is not yet known, you might consider visiting…
Thanks to all of you who have been sending your comments and suggestions to my blog from t…Continue
Check out this great idea for helping kinesthetic learners practice spelling!
It's amazing how much movement affects learning. Standing can help many children focus better during class. Read…Continue
How did that happen? I mean, really, it's December already!
Ever notice that the faster life goes, the harder it is to remember, much less appreciate, what is happening in our lives?! Seriously, take a quick minute and check in with yourself: What did you have for dinner last night? What did you do for pleasure last weekend? When was the last time you had a really great laugh?
If you can answer all of these without delay, then give yourself a *gold…Continue
For many years I gave workshops around the country training therapists who were newly employed in a school-based setting. One of the keys to this transition from a medical to an educational model involves the concept of seeing the child in his/her natural environment. As therapists trained in the medical profession, we…Continue