The Body Writes & Tells the Learning Story:
Take the first step towards using a neurodevelopmental approach to supporting learning.
Learn why we need to pay attention to the body language of learning & early movement patterns because these processes set the stage for later learning success.
Here's what you'll learn:
Learn about the concept of functional confusion & what it may feel like for some students.
Begin to understand why this approach is so important for understanding our learners and HOW they learn.
Learn about a Neurodevelopmental Model of Learning® explaining HOW the body writes the learning story.
See what the body language of learning can tell us about students readiness to learn.
Join me in an hour of thought-provoking information about an approach that provides answers & ways of thinking that can assist you in helping learners succeed in their learning journey.
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The 'Body to Brain Learning Educator's Checklist'. An observational tool.
A downloadable poster: "How the Body Supports Learning"
A time-limited discount for our "Building a Brainbow" Resource to use in your educational context.
"The Body Writes & Tells the Learning Story." An Introduction.
Join me in this introductory short course about neurodevelopment & learning; how we learn to learn; and why the early years are so important for later learning and functional success. It's a special offer with time-limited bonuses.Start now.
This is a one hour professional learning opportunity helping you learn more about HOW students learn.
You'll have 7 days access to revisit the material. Binge watch in one session, or break it up and watch the sections we present that introduce you to these important aspects of learning and how we learn.
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Don’t wait! Learn more about the importance of neurodevelopment for learning success NOW.
Dr Christine Payard (PhD).
Neurodevelopmental Educator, Founder of 'Body to Brain Learning' & 'Integrating Thinking'.