Individual sessions in the current learning series: "How the Body Tells the Learning Story."
Enrol in individual sessions. (Complete course enrolment CLOSED: April 22nd, 2021).
"How the Body Tells the Learning Story"
This offer closed on April 22nd, 2021 and is not currently available.
How the Body Tells a Learning Story
Crack the code to find out how the body tells you about HOW your students learn, AND how their body supports (or possibly interferes with) their learning. This is an introductory course (based on neuroscience) to give you the "heads up" about what to look for in the body language of learning your students use every day. Presented over 6 Sessions with Q & A Sessions afterwards, this course includes activities to help you identify the body learning stories of your students. Course bonuses include: A recording of the Masterclass: The Role of the Body in Learning; Access to the Body to Brain Learning Educator's Checklist; other resources and documents to help you explain the role of the body in learning to other colleagues, parents and those interested in this perspective of learning. If the body doesn't support learning, it can interfere with learning. This course shows you how that happens
Limited offer $397 AUD. (Includes extra bonuses and training usually valued at $697)
OR, select individual sessions in the course.
You will receive access to the LIVE sessions including the presentation and the Q & A sessions, AND access to the recordings for a limited time.
Please note: Enrolment for Sessions 1 & 2 are closed.
The Role of the Body in Learning.
Enrolment currently closed. Session 1: If the body doesn't support learning it can interfere with learning. This 90-minute Masterclass was delivered LIVE on March 30th, 2021. It includes a Q & A Session and provides an introduction to the important role the body plays in successful academic learning at any age or year level. This Masterclass provides you with insight into what a student's body tells you about HOW they learn (their learning story); it's about knowing your students and how they learn. A RECORDING OF THIS MASTERCLASS (including the Q & A Session) IS A BONUS WHEN YOU ENROL IN THE COMPLETE COURSE: "How the Body Tells the Learning Story."
The Body Tells a Learning Story About Balance & Coordination.
Enrolment in this Session is currently closed. Session 2 in "How the Body Tells the Learning Story": The Balance & Coordination Story. Balance and coordination underpin learning success. In this session, you will learn about the role of the vestibular system in supporting and enhancing learning potential. What does balance have to do with learning to read and write? What are the tell-tale signs that there may be a balance problem contributing to a learning problem? Why is this body system so important for the foundations of learning success? A Q& A opportunity will be provided at the end of the presentation AND two days after the LIVE presentation.
The Body Tells a Learning Story About Vision
This offer is no longer available Session 3. "How the Body Tells a Learning Story: About Vision." Most of what we learn in schools requires us to be able to use our eyes effectively: to read, to observe our world around us, others and see what is happening. How we interpret that visual information impacts our ability to learn. What are some of the things that can go wrong with visual processing and how does the body tell us "It's an eye thing?"A 45 - 50 minute presentation with Q&A immediately following the LIVE presentation AND a Q & A Session 2 days after the live presentation. (A recording of the presentation and Q & A Sessions will be made available for a limited time.)
The Body Tells a Learning Story About Hearing.
Session 4: There's a lot of talking, singing, noise and sounds surrounding our students that impacts their capacity to learn. Sensitivities and processing difficulties can mean letters, sounds, word combinations and instructions are easily confused and meaning is lost. What are some of the learning challenges associated with hearing and processing the sounds around us? How does the body tell us "It's an ear based thing?" A 45 - 50 minute presentation with Q&A immediately after AND two days following the LIVE presentation. (A recording of this presentation will be available for a limited time here)
The Body Tells a Learning Story about Neuromotor Readiness for Learning
Session 5: Movement primes our bodies for learning from infancy. Developmental movement is critical for neurological development. Developmental hiccups, delays or diversions can impact readiness for learning. Movement is a key feature of how we learn. Neuromotor development is integral to that process. How does movement tell us about readiness for learning in the learning story? And, how does the body tell us learning challenges may be neuromotor immaturity issue? A 45 - 50 minute presentation with Q&A immediately after AND another Q & A two days following the LIVE presentation. (A recording of this presentation will be available for a limited time here)
The Teacher's Story...
Session 6: Learn how some Australian teachers have used the "Body to Brain Learning" approach in their classrooms and schools with fantastic results professionally (increased professional satisfaction), for the students (behaviour changes and academic results), and for the school in general ("It has changed our whole school.")
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