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18 Blogs Explain Brain Breaks and Why they are Important

18 Blogs Explain Brain Breaks and Why they are Important | Brain Development | Scoop.it
As an adult, you've likely experienced a time when you've been in a training session or a meeting and felt like you were at a breaking point and couldn't focus

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Mary Perfitt-Nelson's curator insight, July 6, 2013 10:03 PM

Wow.  Important information here (and lots of resources!).

 

"When kids get tired or bored, they tend to check out.  Once kids begin to check out they are no longer learning, and they mentally are removed from the situation despite being physically present.  It’s important to get their blood flowing and to reconnect those kids that have started day dreaming instead of listening to the lesson.  These six blog posts can explain more about the importance of brain breaks for kids and adults."

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Inquiry-Based Learning

Inquiry-Based Learning (Inquiry based learning with an #onted focus: http://t.co/TqgEPbjpYM #ontcl #ljpsplc #ntchat)


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Inventing KINDERGARTEN

Kindergarten made the modern world, help republish the best guide to Froebel's system, the original K-12 design education for children.


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Dr. Jean & Friends Blog: BRAIN ENGINEERS | Kind...

Dr. Jean & Friends Blog: BRAIN ENGINEERS | Kind... | Brain Development | Scoop.it

Dr. Jean & Friends Blog: BRAIN ENGINEERS on Kindergarten curated by poulingail (Dr.


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