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Wake Your Brain FLEX Time to Wait: Learning to Be Patient With Science-Based Exercise
A great introduction to Wake Your Brain exercise using movement to energize and empower students, decrease stress levels, and improve coordination of the nervous system for optimal learning, focus, and integration.
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Over 4 weeks
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No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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In Wake Your Brain Time to Wait FLEX Class, we will use movement to help our brains learn how to be patient while waiting. Each week of four, Ms Annika will send a 20-minute video for a neurologically-based exercise program with two or three short combinations. The movements are easy and a preview teaches the skills before the music starts. In this high-energy class: -get our blood flowing to wake up our bodies and brains with basic cardiovascular exercises. These skills also help with focus...
Students will learn basic exercises they can use to prepare for learning, when their brain is feeling "foggy" to wake up, or keep learning effectively and efficiently. We will also use our time to review learning themes and strategies to be patient: Week one: Seasons, What's the Same/ What's Different Week two: Months of the Year, Counting Down Week three: Days of the Week, Keeping Busy Week four: Hours and Minutes, Waiting Your Turn
Ms Annika is a physical therapist who specializes in adapting movement patterns to individual students' needs. With more and more on-line learning being utilized in education today, students can easily become distracted and overwhelmed, minimizing the actual learning happening in front of a screen. This program uses neurologic principles in movement science to enhance learning-- especially digital learning.
First week homework: Journal in the classroom dashboard what goals you have for your four weeks in this class. I will respond detailing which exercise to practice more than others or which breathing technique to utilize in anxiety-provoking situations. If there are other learners registered for your section, you will all have access to the classroom dashboard to answer and respond to each other's questions, give suggestions, and offer encouragement. This journaling will be the springboard for discussion, correction, encouragement, and further investigation. Second week homework: Journal in the classroom dashboard what challenges you had in meeting your goals using movement. I will respond with corrections, words of encouragement, or modifications. Because you will be typing in the classroom dashboard, your fellow classmates can offer support and advice, as well. Students will have interaction in the classroom dashboard. Third week homework: Journal in the classroom dashboard what successes you have had in meeting your goals using movement. When are you using our techniques? How do they make you feel? Do you need a reminder to do them? You will be able to interact with your fellow classmates and see their successes and challenges and offer encouragement and get ideas for your own practice! Fourth week homework: You are now an expert in Wake Your Brain! Your homework will be to teach your family a movement or a breath technique or a balance posture that really works for you. Ask them how they feel after practicing with you and journal about it on our classroom dashboard. Let's make a BIG list of all the ways Wake Your Brain works!
1 file available upon enrollmentYou just need a little bit of space and an open mind to try new things. Appropriate parental supervision is required for all virtual exercise programs. Some learners have a water bottle handy and a yoga mat for floor work. No special shoes required. Make sure no baby brothers or puppy dogs are in your space!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
Make sure you have proper adult supervision for all virtual exercise programs and that your space is clear of any obstacles. Music used for educational purposes only.
Annika Russophysical therapist, ballet teacher, movement scientist, homeschool mama, adventurer, life-long learner
117 total reviews
89 completed classes
Hi! My name is Ms Annika, and I am so excited to be learning with you. I love learning new things and meeting new people. I love hearing what makes you curious and wondering together about what the world could be like. Since both me and my three...