SEL through
Movement

Combine Motion with Emotion

Learning is also a physical and emotional act.

Learn how to foster children’s cognitive and social-emotional
learning through movement

Every learning process is related to movement.

Through active play, young children gain greater awareness of their own body, which instantly feeds their minds, sense of space, and collaboration with peers and community.

This in-person very dynamic and interactive training session offers many practical new and simple ideas to support children’s social and emotional development along with their natural physical development.

Learning Objectives

Sensory-Motor Skills

You will learn experientially how to set up new sensory-motor skills-related activities to implement easily and successfully.

Self-regulation and Resilience

You will learn creative ways to integrate movement into teaching with a special focus on relaxation, self-regulation, and creative interaction with natural and zero-budget materials.

Embodied Cognition

Several dynamic experiences involving the senses will help you understand and appreciate how your own system of perception functions and interacts with children in your everyday life.

Forms of Play

You will discover how to enhance both intellectual and social-emotional learning of young children through age-appropriate “forms of play” as sensorimotor play, exploration, symbol-playing, role-playing, pretending and rules-based-play.

This program is for

Daycare Center and Preschool Educators

Pre-K and Kindergarten Teachers

Early Learning Center Curriculum Teams

Museum Informal Educators

Edutopia Article

Read Tommaso Lana’s article on Edutopia: “Responding to Disruptive Students”

Every Program is also Available as Virtual Workshop!

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Flexible Formats, Worldwide Service

Virtual

90-Minute
Intensive Session

4-Hour

Full Coverage
In-Person Session

Full-Day

Full Immersion
In-Person Training

1:1 Consulting

Virtual / In-Person
Coaching

Get In Touch

Contact

+1 929 262 8555
tom@embodiedlearning.co

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