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Algebra 1 | Full Curriculum (2 Classes/Week)
Healthy Habits & Learning Tools: Sensory Motor Support for Students
Aurore Sibley, M.S. Ed
Learn how to ease tension in your hand and shoulder when writing, relax your nervous system when overstimulated and develop habits that support learning while having fun.
The different ways in which we all learn: visual, auditory and kinesthetic, will be introduced and students will have the chance to identify which learning style they feel most comfortable with when learning. Students will have the opportunity to share what they feel their strengths are and what they find most challenging. We will then look at individual activities that can support things such as tired eyes, achy wrists or tense fingers when writing, balance and posture, and how to...
Learn how to integrate activities that can help you relax into your school day so that learning is easier. You will learn how to identify when you need a break and what kinds of activities are helpful to your work and focus. Learn tools that support healthy learning habits while having fun! Activities include: The Scribble Exercise, (for hand and wrist tension when writing) Running and Mirrored Form Drawings that help to strengthen eye tracking and spacial awareness The Clap and Cover: (for tired eyes or ears) Fine Motor Activities: Finger games, strengthening activities The Clap and Count: a movement activity that incorporates different parts of the brain and allows the student to get the wiggles out, and balancing exercises for posture and vestibular support.
This class is appropriate for any student, including those with sensory motor and/or learning challenges. Aurore has completed a three-year certificate in Remedial Education in addition to her Masters degree. in Waldorf Education and has training in manual therapy, The Davis Method and H.A.N.D.L.E.
Homework OfferedSimple activities will be learned that can be incorporated into a student's daily learning practices.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
The activities in this class come from the Waldorf curriculum and The Extra Lesson activities, developed by Audrey McAllen.
Meet the teacher
Engaging students by making education meaningful and fun is how I approach teaching. I have been trained as a Waldorf and remedial grades teacher and have a Master of Science in Education, as well as a background in music and the healing arts. I...
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Live video meetings
2-6 learners per class
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