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Physical Environment. Commandment 6: Incorporate movement into activities. Let’s Get Up and Move. HOW LONG ARE YOUR STUDENTS SITTING?. CIRCLE TIME? LISTENING? DOING SEATWORK?. Physical Environment. Commandment 6: Incorporate movement into activities. Let’s Get Up and Move.

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    1. Physical Environment

    2. Commandment 6:Incorporate movement into activities

    3. Let’s Get Up and Move

    4. HOW LONG ARE YOUR STUDENTS SITTING? • CIRCLE TIME? • LISTENING? • DOING SEATWORK?

    5. Physical Environment

    6. Commandment 6:Incorporate movement into activities

    7. Let’s Get Up and Move

    8. HOW LONG ARE YOUR STUDENTS SITTING? • CIRCLE TIME? • LISTENING? • DOING SEATWORK?

    9. Research says that sitting and listening and paying attention is developmental. • The amount of minutes is related to age up to 15. • 10 minutes and attention starts to drift if information is boring monotonous • Digital kids listen faster • 2E students especially those with ADHD think better when moving

    10. Provide opportunities for movement within curriculum Distance = rate x time Opposite Board

    11. Movement to support learning • The walking lane • Travel pair share • Transition dancer-size

    12. Physical Environment

    13. Commandment 6:Incorporate movement into activities

    14. Let’s Get Up and Move

    15. HOW LONG ARE YOUR STUDENTS SITTING? • CIRCLE TIME? • LISTENING? • DOING SEATWORK?

    16. Research says that sitting and listening and paying attention is developmental. • The amount of minutes is related to age up to 15. • 10 minutes and attention starts to drift if information is boring monotonous • Digital kids listen faster • 2E students especially those with ADHD think better when moving

    17. Provide opportunities for movement within curriculum Distance = rate x time Opposite Board

    18. Movement to support learning • The walking lane • Travel pair share • Transition dancer-size

    19. Commandment 7:Be creative with classroom space, lighting, and furniture

    20. Refocusing areas & tools .

    21. Physical Environment

    22. Commandment 6:Incorporate movement into activities

    23. Let’s Get Up and Move

    24. HOW LONG ARE YOUR STUDENTS SITTING? • CIRCLE TIME? • LISTENING? • DOING SEATWORK?

    25. Research says that sitting and listening and paying attention is developmental. • The amount of minutes is related to age up to 15. • 10 minutes and attention starts to drift if information is boring monotonous • Digital kids listen faster • 2E students especially those with ADHD think better when moving

    26. Provide opportunities for movement within curriculum Distance = rate x time Opposite Board

    27. Movement to support learning • The walking lane • Travel pair share • Transition dancer-size

    28. Commandment 7:Be creative with classroom space, lighting, and furniture

    29. Refocusing areas & tools .

    30. Physical Environment

    31. Commandment 6:Incorporate movement into activities

    32. Let’s Get Up and Move

    33. HOW LONG ARE YOUR STUDENTS SITTING? • CIRCLE TIME? • LISTENING? • DOING SEATWORK?

    34. Research says that sitting and listening and paying attention is developmental. • The amount of minutes is related to age up to 15. • 10 minutes and attention starts to drift if information is boring monotonous • Digital kids listen faster • 2E students especially those with ADHD think better when moving

    35. Provide opportunities for movement within curriculum Distance = rate x time Opposite Board

    36. Movement to support learning • The walking lane • Travel pair share • Transition dancer-size

    37. Commandment 7:Be creative with classroom space, lighting, and furniture

    38. Refocusing areas & tools .

    39. Commandment 8:Provide grouping arrangements