Learning to move
This capstone begins by exploring three complementary theories about the connection between movement and learning and highlights research that supports the correlation between a fit body and a fit brain. This curriculum-based capstone continues by explaining the process of answering the question: How can kinesthetic learning be integrated into the third grade classroom? The conclusion emphasizes the benefits of integrating kinesthetic learning into all classrooms, despite the grade level or subject, for both students and teachers. The goal of this capstone is to motivate teachers and give them the confidence and knowledge to get students moving to learn by providing advice and suggestions that will be useful when they create and implement their own kinesthetic lessons and activities.
Kurtt, Casey, "Learning to move" (2009). School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 783.
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