Four Movement Activities for Secondary Classrooms


Sitting in an office or in a classroom all day is “biologically incompatible” with effective brain function, according to experts. That’s why when instruction includes movement, the brain stays connected for longer periods of time. Check out the Education Update article “Learning from the Feet Up” and discover ways to incorporate movement—and keep the neurons firing—in middle and high school classrooms.

Start a rotation with these four activities, adapted from The Art and Science of Teaching by Robert J. Marzano.




































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