Series: Active Learning in Science with Tch Laureate Meg Richard

Active Vocabulary: Using Movement to Learn
Lesson Objective: Incorporate movement into learning
All Grades / Science / Tch DIY

In this Tch DIY video, Tch Laureate and NGSS Squadster Meg Richard films her own classroom in order to show us how she uses movement to help students learn science concepts. 

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Using movement engages the students bodies and gives them an experience to remember. This is a great example!

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Very nice. Thank you.

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Thank you! This is perfect for TPR (total physical response) for teaching ELLs.

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