Mar 21, 2018
In this conversation, you will learn about movement as vital to building brain cells, moving information from short-term into long-term memory, and positioning students as co-constructors of knowledge—not just mindless receivers of someone else’s knowledge.
In the close out of the episode, the host talks critically about no-excuse schools that regulate students bodies as artificial forms of achievement. Such regulations have a structural impact on marginalized communities.
For more information about the Case of Learning ad Moving, please visit the show notes at Empowerment Starts Here.