Research on the effect of movement on learning, play on social skills and cognitive training and training of working memory:2018-08-01T06:22:11+00:00

Research on the effect of movement on learning, play on social skills and cognitive training and training of working memory:

Alistair Smith. 2003. Move it: physical movement and learning. Stafford: Network Educational Press.

Astle, Duncan E., Jessica J. Barnes, Kate Baker, Giles L. Colclough & Mark W. Woolrich. 2015. ”Cognitive training enhances intrinsic brain connectivity in childhood”, The Journal of Neuroscience: the Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience 35:16, p. 6277-6283.

Hruska, Barbara & Mary E. Clancy. 2008. ”Integrating Movement and Learning in Elementary and Middle School”, Strategies 21:5, p. 13-20.

Lindt, Suzanne F. & Stacia C. Miller. 2017. ”Movement and learning in elementary school: integrating physical activity into elementary school lessons in reading, math, and other subjects can boost students’ academic learning, while also helping them meet goals for physical education”. Phi Delta Kappan 98:7.

Reeves, Emily, Stacia Miller & Crystal Chavez. 2016. ”Movement and Learning: Integrating Physical Activity Into the Classroom”, Kappa Delta Pi Record 52:3, p. 116-120.

https://doi.org/10.1080/00228958.2016.1191898

Stevens-Smith, Deborah. 2004. ”Movement and Learning: A Valuable Connection”, Strategies, 18:1, p. 10-11.

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