Lead The Way With New Point of View. FOCUS THE MIND. INCREASE ATTENTION INCREASE COMPREHENSION INCREASE RETENTION INCREASE TEST SCORES MAKING EVERY MINUTE COUNT IN CLASSROOMS. 245% - 180 days.
New Point of View
MAKING EVERY MINUTE COUNT
At least 50% of a performance evaluation must be based upon data and indicators of student learning growth assessed annually and measured by statewide assessments or, for subjects and grade levels not measured by statewide assessments, by district assessments as provided in s. 1008.22(8), F.S.
- Section 1012.34(3)(a)1., Florida Statutes
SB 736, The Student Success Act (2010)
Walker desk being used in vice principals office to help troubled children to work off anger & open up.
Children who are obese are also more likely to experience breathing problems. Some may develop asthma, which can be life-threatening in severe cases. Also, obese children are more likely to suffer from obstructive sleep apnea resulting sluggish, tired and cranky in classroom.
CHILDREN HAVE MANYFACETS
John J. Ratey, MD, is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, research synthesizer, speaker, and author. An internationally recognized expert in Neuropsychiatry, recently publishing;
ADD-ADHD “Driven to Distraction” series with Ned Hallowell, MD. With the publication of his most recent book, "Spark-The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain," Dr. Ratey has established himself as one of the world's foremost authorities on the brain-fitness connection.
With the publication of his new book “Spark” Dr. Ratey is directly linking
exercise to brain power and conjoining that philosophy with not only the work
place, but the education of our children. Ratey is not a visionary, he is a
researcher and his research with children and teens brings to the foreground a fresh new way of laying out education in the public and private schools
THEN WE ASK THEM TO
“SIT STILL AND FOCUS!”
are distracted, antsy and lacking self
The phasing out of physical education comes at a time
when doctors are warning parents and educators about the dangers of childhood obesity. Meanwhile, researchers are beginning to probe the relationship between fitness and excelling in school.
In a study conducted by the California Department of Education, higher academic achievement was associated
with higher levels of fitness.
According to a recent study, 44 percent of schools have
cut back on physical education and recess to concentrate
on reading and mathematics.
Prepares the brain for optimal learning* Creates new connections between neurons in the brain*Improves concentration*Increases class participation*Decreases behavioral disruptions*Caters to the needs of all students including those with ADD, ADHD, Sensory Modulation, etc.