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Benefits of class cohesion activities

Students feel accepted and connect to environment
Brains peak for learning
Learn to collaborate and problem solve

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Who to incorporate cohesion activities

Beginning of the year, before or after a school break

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Activity for developing class cohesion (names)

Roll call

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Activity for building class connections throughout the year

Dragon tail or peacock

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Activity for building team unity

Penny drop

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Most important aspect of building class cohesion

Building a positive environment for students

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Types of Movements the help prepare the brain for learning

Crossing the midline
Spinning
Balancing
Jumping

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Example of crossing the midline

Elbow-knee touches

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Example of spinning

One legged hop and spin

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Example of balancing

Hand to knee

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Example of jumping

Line jump

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Characteristics of a brain friendly learning environment

Safe & supportive surroundings
Stimulating atmosphere
Community approach
Group learning

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Function of vestibular system

Equilibrium and controls eye movement so images remains steady and in focus

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Spatial awareness

Sense objects in the space around us and our body’s position in space

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How does spatial awareness tie to learning

May have trouble reading, with abstract math concepts, organizing writing

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When is it appropriate to tie in preparing the brain activities

At the start of the day

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Purpose of brain breaks

Reenergize the brain for learning

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Examples of brain break activities

GoNoodle, Nose And Ear Grab and Switch

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Student characteristics to consider when selecting brain breaks

Maturity level, age, physical skill, and cognitive ability

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Adapting activities to make them easier or harder

Larger or smaller objects
Slow or speed things down/up
Demonstrate
Add of take away amount of people
Time limits

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Three categories of movement

Locomotor
Non locomotor
Manipulatives

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Locomotors (8)

Hop, jump, walk, run, skip, gallop, leap, slide

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Non locomotor

Twist, turn, bend,dodge

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Manipulatives

Throwing, kicking, rebounding, catching

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Why is rehearsal important ?

Repeating and doing something using different senses makes it more likely to retain

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Benefits of reviewing/teaching content through movement

It is a form of rehearsal and allows for use of HOT skills and sensory input

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Teaching content science

Biomes

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Teaching content social studies

Gallery walk

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Teaching content music

Building a major scale

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Teaching content math

Even/odd hop

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Teaching content art

The secondary spin

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Teaching content health

Fruit and veggie tag

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Teaching content language arts

The fit factor

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Strategies for successful classroom management

Plan for potential problems

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Pedagogical concepts

Preparation, clarity, demonstration, control signals, grouping, pace, confidence, transition, and energy

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Learning domains

Cognitive, affective, and psychomotor

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Cognitive learning domain

Knowledge

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Affective domain

Behavior, attitude, disposition

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Psychomotor domain

Skill and fitness combined