Smart Moves: Why Learning Is Not All in Your Head

Smart Moves Why Learning Is Not All in Your Head Neurophysiologist and educator Dr Carla Hannaford brings the latest insights from scientific research to questions that affect learners of all ages Examining the body s role in learning from infancy

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Neurophysiologist and educator Dr Carla Hannaford brings the latest insights from scientific research to questions that affect learners of all ages Examining the body s role in learning, from infancy through adulthood she presents the mounting scientific evidence that movement is crucial to learning Dr Hannaford offers clear alternatives and remedies that people can puNeurophysiologist and educator Dr Carla Hannaford brings the latest insights from scientific research to questions that affect learners of all ages Examining the body s role in learning, from infancy through adulthood she presents the mounting scientific evidence that movement is crucial to learning Dr Hannaford offers clear alternatives and remedies that people can put into practice right away to make a real difference in their ability to learn She advocates enlightened educational practices for homes and schools including a holistic view of each learner less emphasis on rote learning experiential, active instruction less labeling of learning disabilities physical movement personal expression through arts, sports and music less prescribing of Ritalin and other drugs whose long term effects are not even known.
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  • Marcy says:

    Carla Hannaford is extremely scientific as she explains the "whys" of the difficulties students have as learners. She has helped many students activate their capacity for learning by having students participate in "movements" that will assist brain growth. "Movement facilitates the development of increased blood vessels that carry learning-essential water, oxygen and nutrients to the brain."There are multiple ways students can awaken and activate their mental capacities which Carla describes in [...]

  • Carolyn Wilhelm says:

    The author proves with facts, research, and studies of schools world wide that traditional schools do not reach all learners, and why. She states, "It is time to see each child and every person as unique learners with their own specific time line and pace of learning."From labeling children, problem behavior, care of infants and life long repercussions of stress on families, she tells what we must do to fix our schools. Important read!

  • Cindi says:

    A fascinating look into brain development and function. I had to buy this book. I'm not quite sure what to do with the Brain Gym exercises. I'm not sure I buy into that part of the book, but I still think anyone with kids should read this book!

  • Jane says:

    I Love this book! It show how movement is so importantly related to learning. I would recommend this book for teachers and anyone else who is interested in how people learn.

  • Joyce says:

    Children need to MOVE throughout the day, not mainly sit still, in order for optimal learning to be facilitated. The author explains why.

  • Catherine Mikkelsen says:

    If you lift the hood on what happens as a child develops, things get really complex, really fast. A baby/to/child's brain is crazily complex. But we have all sorts of new learning from neuroscientists, and one thing that the new learning has done is absolutely validate what we've been hearing from a group of people for thirty years now: the occupational therapists and movement therapists.It turns out that many of the pre-academic developmental stages have to do with movement. As Anat Baniel says [...]

  • Angie says:

    Great info. It's helpful to find many of the exercises outlined in the book on YouTube. While the photographs included in the book do help translate her explanations of the exercises a bit, videos are the best way to learn these exercises and make them an integral part of the school day.

  • Natasha says:

    The author of Smart Moves, herself a once-struggling student and now a successful biologist, does a good job discussing the strong ties between physical movement and learning. Several things bother me about the book, however. The least offensive is the way the book is illustrated. A good half of the book discusses the intricate workings and physiology of the brain, which is accompanied by hand sketched drawings and very difficult to read, hand written labels. Clearer, more readable diagrams woul [...]

  • Pauline says:

    This book was originally intended for use with children who suffer learning issues due to brain pattern function. It is such a successful method that it is being used in many schools along with newer-developed mindfulness training to help children develop their thought patterns in ways that ultimately teach them how to learn, how to use thoughtful behavior analysis about their own actions in order to help them become self directed in their lives. However, the technique is not limited to the assi [...]

  • Diane says:

    Amazing book! I learned something new and/or was amazed with almost every new page. I was so impressed I bought it for my own library. Great info on how physical activity can enhance learning for everyone. From making learning easier for kids & adults alike, to keeping the brain sharp & preventing memory loss/dementia in older adults. And much more. One of my favorite reads & I recommend it especially for teachers and parents.

  • Robin says:

    This was a good book on learning and how to view things from a child's perspective with reading aloud versus silent reading. I could go on and on about examples that were beneficial. It is a book I recommend to teachers, parents and advocates. It gives a treasury of information a must read for anyone interested in education.

  • Katherine says:

    I agree that (1) movement is important for learning, (2) different people learn and different ways, and (3) that our current educational system needs improvement to address these facts. As for this book, I found it a strange combination of basic neuroscience and brain gym advocacy with a bit too much speculation and reliance on case studies.

  • Magda says:

    I started getting really enthused, but then I looked up "Brain Gym" online and found an overwhelming number of articles reporting its failure to use actual science. So I feel kinda dumb for being so excited about the methods described in this book. But it did motivate me to empty the dishwasher. Yeah

  • Cathy says:

    "Play is the important work of childhood and the base from which all learning grows. Environments that include pleasure, movement and creativity are truly the most successful for learning" Oh yes!!!

  • Shari says:

    Technical, yet informative book on using all the resources of the body to support learning. The author suggests a variety of exercises that she calls, "Brain Gym." Her case studies yield incredible results. I am eager to try them out.

  • Staisha says:

    I love this book so much I read it twice AND bought copies for all of my friends who are new parents. The information presented in this book is invaluable and so simple to understand. Read it.

  • Sandra says:

    Movement enhances brain function, particularly within children's developing brains. Hannaford was the first book I read which explains the connection in a user friendly style. It's a must-read for educators and caregivers.

  • ThePinkCarrot says:

    Promising book on how to help all ages of kids balance activity between both brain hemispheres to increase ability to learn. Check out the exercises. Drink more water.

  • Claudine says:

    Very interesting stuff if you have kids with learning disabilities or delays.

  • Paulette Cormier says:

    Excellent book about how movement is critical to learning.

  • Deb says:

    3.5 stars. Well-written book about how movement helps us learn. They could change the dorky cover though, to make it look more professional.

  • Dana Christy says:

    Some interesting stuff but honestly I couldn't get past the terrible writing.

  • Jennifer says:

    A fascinating look at research on how we learn and how to support youe kids' learning.

  • Jennifer Mcfloyd says:

    I really liked this book. It is so important for educators to acknowledge the brain body connection. Recess should never be canceled in schools.

  • DauphineOT says:

    I will read this again and again. It is useful for my work and my own little ones. It doesn't need to be read in sequence either. My favorite chapter this time was the one on outdoor schools.

  • Lori says:

    elephant move - left arm to left eat and do figure eightyoga and tie chi also beneficial

  • Just Me says:

    VERY interesting book. I've been studying Neurolinguistics for years, and this is a good companion theory.

  • Momma says:

    Great data -- GREAT -- but not the most readable

  • Lora says:

    Loving this book on different learner's patterns and how to more effectively incorporate learning styles in the classroom and in life.

  • Suzanne hanks says:

    Very good principles involved in stress in a persons life. The way moving with aid you in learning and the role the heart plays in a childs life.

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