Fizika in Motion

Nana presenting Day 1Combining the science of learning with professional development for educators

Physical Literacy

Originally authored by Dr. Margaret Whitehead in 1991, physical literacy emphasizes the importance of fundamental movement skills and their role in helping young people acquire the competence and desire to be physically active for life.
International Physical Literacy Association

Educational Neuroscience

Emerging field in neuroscience to understand how learning is optimized through brain pathways, chemistry in the brain, and the impact of physical movement on brain development.
www.sparkinglife.org

Cognitive Psychology

Learning preferences and delivery mechanisms for optimal knowledge transfer and application.

Best Practices

Examples of application of certain portions of the core pillars of Active Learning in a variety of school settings and the associated results.

Download the PDF Overview of the Active Learning Course

Resources to Energize Learning

www.gonoodle.com

www.learntomovems.org

www.jamschoolprogram.org

www.actionforhealthykids.org

www.letsmove.us

www.letsmoveschools.org

www.choosemyplate.org

www.learningreadinesspe.com