Movement Method

Bewegung, Natur & Lernen = Erfolg im Leben

Bisher konnte ich schon viel von der Movement Method lernen und es zeigte mir, dass die Arbeit super in unser Kontext passt. Die – Eltern und Kinder, mit denen ich schon gearbeitet habe und die zusammenarbeitet mit anderen MM-zertifizierten Mentoren zeigten mir die großen Vorteile der Methode. Ich bin seit längerem Bauernhoferlebnispädagoge und arbeite mit …

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Dr. Robert Naviaux, MD, PhD – UC San Diego

think that specific kinds of motion produced by canter that you described have many effects.  One is proprioception, vestibular, and cerebellar sensorimotor integration.  Another is to work on the sacral, parasympathetic plexus of autonomic nerves that sends safety signals to the brainstem via the vagus nerve. We did a lot of work on cortisol and …

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Prof. Temple Grandin: Movement Method works.

“Movement Method works!” Temple Grandin ”The Long Ride Home provides many insights into helping individuals with autism using horses, movement, and immersion in the natural world. Rupert’s novel teaching techniques using play equipment, a car ride, even time on a couch can be done anywhere by anyone and they work. Rupert shows you how to …

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Follow the Child- using obsessions as learning tools by Grace Maerz (Learning Coach), Wiesbaden, GER 2021

Student K: Student K is partially verbal and uses echolalia. Student K practices repetition of various lines used in animated movies and obsessed with the 20TH CENTURY FOX STUDIOS logo. Student K would repeatedly ask for whiteboards and paper to religiously and with great detail draw the logo, always making sounds and singing the accompanying …

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Movement Method Teacher Nominated for Colorado Department of Education Teacher of the Year 2020

The Colorado Teacher of the Year Program is our state’s oldest and most prestigious honors program which recognizes the contributions of the classroom teacher – the backbone of the American educational system. No one person has a greater impact on the education of a child than does the teacher who creates the primary learning and …

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Model Classroom using Movement Method as Exemplary Teaching Practices

What is the Model Classroom? The Model classroom Project originated in the fall of 2013 as a professional learning partnership between The University of Colorado, Colorado Springs and District 49. This initiative began with a cohort of teacher leaders at Sand Creek High School examining and developing exemplars of instructional practices which emphasized inquiry- across …

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