Presented by Rae Pica, Author, Keynote Speaker & Education Consultant
Sponsored by Gryphon House
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To truly educate the whole child, we must recognize children as thinking, feeling, moving human beings who learn through all their senses. Children need to physically experience concepts to fully understand them. In this webinar, Rae Pica will lead an exploration of activities that combine children’s love of movement and play with meaningful and long-lasting educational experiences in literacy, math, and science.
Join Rae for a live, interactive session packed with ideas for combining moving and playing with learning! She will field questions from attendees after her presentation. This webinar is designed for early childhood educators and administrators interested in adding active learning to their preschool programs.
Rae Pica has been an education consultant specializing in the education of the whole child, children’s physical activity, and the mind/body connection since 1980. She is the author of 19 books, including Jump into Literacy, Jump into Math,Jump into Science and, most recently, What If Everybody Understood Child Development?: Straight Talk About Improving Education and Children’s Lives. Rae is known for her lively and informative keynotes and trainings. She also blogs for Huffington Post and is cofounder of BAM Radio Network, the world’s largest online education radio network, where she currently hosts Studentcentricity, interviewing experts in education, child development, play research, the neurosciences, and more. Learn more about Rae online on her website and follow Rae on Twitter @raepica1.
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