Modeling dynamic movement and kinesthetic activity to enliven K-12 classroom content is a key part of this course. Discover the connection between movement, the brain, and learning. Examine implicit learning, class cohesion activities, content-based kinesthetic activities, brain breaks, and energizers. Use movement to meet standards, improve test scores, and develop life skills. This course is being offered as a hybrid, with on campus meeting times from 8:30am to 5:30pm on February 17th & 18th, and March 3rd & 4th, as well as on-line guided instruction during the weeks of February 19th & 26th.