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Health Works, Tupelo Provides Teaching & Learning Through Movement Training Kuczula In Tupelo




Increase Student Motivation, Raise Academic Achievement,
Improve Health and Wellness

TUPELO, MS:  Have you ever wondered what the link is between physical activity and academic success? Join us on Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at Health Works, located at: 219 Industrial Road to find out!   

Best-selling author Mike Kuczala will be presenting a full day of professional development based on practices from his book, "The Kinesthetic Classroom, Teaching and Learning Through Movement".

Attend this event and learn:
  • Why movement is critical to the teaching and learning process and Academic Achievement
  • The 6-Part Framework for using movement in all classrooms and content areas thoughtfully and purposefully
  • The brain/body connection and its role in Academic Achievement
  • About Research that supports the use of movement in the classroom
  • The critical link between aerobic activity, physical fitness and Academic Achievement
  • Dozens of practical applications immediately usable in the classroom!
  • The 6 brain principles that support using movement in every classroom.
​"Giving students opportunities to be successful in the classroom is the goal of most teachers. Mike's

"learning through movement message" and his creative way of presenting has given the teachers of Mississippi a resource to achieve that goal,” says Dale Dieckman, Mississippi Department of Education, Office of Healthy Schools.

The registration fee is $125 which includes a copy of the book, "The Kinesthetic Classroom", lunch and .5 CEU credits from the Mississippi Department of Education.  Walk-in Registrations welcome.   


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About the Presenter:

Mike Kuczala is the Director of Instruction for the Regional Training Center, an educational consulting 

firm based in Randolph, New Jersey, President of Kuczala Consulting and coauthor of the Corwin Best-Seller The Kinesthetic Classroom: Teaching and Learning through Movement. Also an American Fitness Professionals and Associates Certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant, and adjunct professor of graduate education at The College of New Jersey, he has co-designed two other graduate      courses with Traci Lengel: Wellness: Creating Health and Balance in the Classroom and The Kinesthetic Classroom: Teaching and Learning through Movement. As a graduate instructor and in-demand keynote and workshop presenter, he regularly facilitates professional development programs in the areas of motivation, using movement to enhance the learning process, brain-basedinstruction, differentiated instruction, enhancing student thinking, and topics related to wellness and stress management. His engaging and practical professional development programs have been enjoyed by tens of thousands of teachers, administrators, and parents across the United States over the last decade.

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Media Contact:
Jeanne Murphy
Jeanne Murphy Public Relations


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