JoAnne Owens-Nauslar, Ed.D.; FASHA, FNAS, LBWA Vice President of Partnerships-Geo firstname.lastname@example.org 402.430.2767 Donna Altenburger email@example.com 813.928.9686. Got MBA-21 st Century.
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50% -See & Hear
95% -TEACH SOMEONE ELSE
- William Glasser“Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.”Will Rogers
How many of you feel that healthy, active people have a better chance for life success?
*FYI - By moving and standing you just engaged your brain!
It’s time to move-CARWASH
Many adults have learned to adapt – they could still improve their attending skills with 30-40 seconds of moving to stimulate the brain
Children need to move more often –they have short attention spans
I use the age rule
Engage Your Brain
20% at 4 years of age to
80% by adolescence
Long-term outcome data for successful treatment approaches are limited.
Early physical activity and dietary patterns track into adolescence and correlate with adult obesity risk.Why Prevention & Health Promotion & School Focus ?
This is the same part of the brain that processes learning.Brain and Movement Facts
Jensen= sitting for more than 10 minutes at a stretch “reduces our awareness of physical and emotional sensations and increases fatigue.”
Movement= increases blood vessels that allow for the delivery of oxygen, water, and glucose (“brain food”) to the brain. FUELLinking Movement & Learning
More Movement – Smarter Kidshttp://articles.familylobby.com/79-more-movement-smarter-kids.htm
I’d rather see a sermon than hear one any day . . . I’d rather one should walk with me than merely show the way. The eye is a better pupil and more willing than the ear. Fine counsel is confusing, but examples always clear.
See A Sermon
I soon can learn to do it, if you’ll let me see it done. I can see your hands in action, but your tongue too fast may run. And the lectures you deliver may be very fine and true, but I’d rather get a lesson by observing what you do.