Fizika: Active Learning Specialists
Mike Humphreys from Patrick Henry Elementary in Arlington VA was the first person to complete our course last summer and be certified as an Active Learning Specialist.
The video, produced by Arlington Public Schools, captures the impact of his active learning plan - at work - helping students learn while being active.
Mike is willing to talk with educators about his experience in the Active Learning Specialist Course and his efforts to integrate this approach into his work as an instructional leader.
For a recording of our latest Webinar with our partners at Harrisburg University titled:
"Changing Education with Active Learning" held January 14, 2014
Contributing Writer Kathryn Harris describes the impact active learning is having at a private school for children with learning differences located in Mount Joy, Lancaster County, PA.
To read the report CLICK HERE.
Check out other recent news coverage of our new on-line Active Learning Specialist Course. CLICK HERE.
"Active learning training enhanced teachers’ instructional toolkit to meet the requirements of the district's evaluation framework." Dr. Jill C. Martin, Principal, Robert Fulton Elementary School, School District of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Fizika Group and Robert Fulton Elementary School in Lancaster, PA team up with support from the General Mills Foundation to expand active learning and healthy nutrition.
Fizika's approach to active learning
presented at global summit in Toronto
Shellie Pfohl (left), Exective Director of the President's Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition, stopped by the poster presentation by Martha Harris of Fizika at the Global Summit in Toronto.
During the 2014 Global Summit on Physical Activity of Children in Toronto CA May 19-22, Fizika was honored to present our approach to active learning and to share updates of on-going examples of our efforts in classroom and communities. This important conference brought together leading researchers, policy makers and practitioners to discuss new solutions to the global physical inactivity epidemic that is causing shortened lifespans and increased healthcare costs.
Learn more about the Global Summit, convened by Active Healthy Kids CA.
Integrating movement into the learning process is the focus of a new certificate course created by Fizika Group and Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. Enroll by August 5 to join the current session.
To learn more about Fizika's approach to Active Learning and the on-line course, CLICK HERE.
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Fizika's approach to active learning is a synthesis of research and best practices in the disciplines of health and physical literacy, educational neuroscience and cognitive psychology. Our approach is focused on preparing practioners to apply these concepts in a systematic way to improve the learning potential of their students and fellow employees.
For more information on Fizika active learning, please provide your email address and download our free white paper. We look forward to keeping you informed as our active learning specialists implement active learning plans that are transforming the learning environments where they work.
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