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Title Moving INTO the Classroom : a Handbook for Movement Integration in the Elementary Classroom / edited by Stacia C Miller, Suzanne F Lindt
Published Singapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint : Springer, 2018

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Description 1 online resource (x, 283 pages 35 illustrations) : online resource
Series Springer Texts in Education, 2366-7672
Springer texts in education, 2366-7672
Contents Chapter 1 Movement Integration: What is it and why should we do it? -- Chapter 2 Decreasing Perceived Barriers and Enhancing Facilitators of Movement Integration -- Chapter 3 Using this Textbook to Effectively Plan for Movement Integration -- Chapter 4 Integrating Movement in the Language Arts -- Chapter 5 Lessons Plans for Moving in the Language Arts Classroom -- Chapter 6 Movement in the Science Classroom -- Chapter 7 Lesson Plans for Moving in the Science Classroom -- Chapter 8 Movement in the Social Studies Classroom -- Chapter 9 Lesson Plans for Moving in the Social Studies -- Chapter 10 Movement in the Math Classroom -- Chapter 11 Lesson Plans for Movement in the Mathematics Classroom
Summary This textbook focuses on research in movement integration and the benefits of physical activity to the child's physical, cognitive, emotional, and social development. It includes research on and suggestions for integrating movement into English-language arts, mathematics, science and social studies for lower and upper elementary students. Though the textbook is specifically aimed at elementary-level teachers, secondary teachers and pre-service teachers can modify the activities to fit their lessons as well
Subject Education.
Teaching.
Educational psychology.
Psychology, Educational
Education.
Educational psychology.
Teaching.
Form Electronic book
Author Miller, Stacia C., editor.
Lindt, Suzanne F., editor.
ISBN 9789811064241
9811064245