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Thursday, July 17 • 1:30pm - 1:50pm
How Movement Helps the Brain Function and May Lead to Higher Test Scores

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In this session you will learn about websites that you can use for 1-3 minutes to get children and adults moving. You will learn some stretches and moves that may help students' brains function better for exams. You will see how building these 1-3 minute breaks into your day are easy, fun and practical that anyone in a classroom or a business setting can use. Do you want more productive students and colleagues? If you said YES, then this CUE tip is for you.  

Moderators
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Christine Olmstead

Assistant Superintendent, Orange County Department of Education
Christine serves as the Assistant Superintendent of Instruction for the Orange County Department of Education. 

Speakers
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Deborah Engen

National Educational Workshop Consultant, Adjunct Professor, North Dakota State University
Deborah is currently serving as a national educational workshop consultant and a graduate level adjunct professor. She has published two children's books and travels around the country speaking on the following topics: Discipline with Love and Logic, Kids in Crisis, Student Achievement while having Fun in the Classroom and Bullying. Deborah serves as a keynote speaker, university advisor, workshop consultant for preK-12 educators, parents and... Read More →


Thursday July 17, 2014 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Plaza Ballroom

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