Dr. Julian Reed, founder of ActivEd, was recently interviewed for Furman University's News segment on their website.
Topics: Walkabouts, learning styles, move to learn
A recent article from the Washington Post details the findings of a new study on people with ADHD. From the article:
Topics: adhd, move to learn
A recent article in The Denver Post praised Aurora, Colorado for "successfully implementing five nutrition, education and wellness goals in two years." The five categories focus on early childhood education options, increasing healthy food choices at city-owned eateries, creating more public places for children to play, and offering nutritional meal programs for children.
Topics: move to learn, healthy choices
I've spent over a decade examining the link between physical activity and academic achievement and cognition among students. Understanding how movement affects student outcomes—from health and fitness to achievement—has been the focus of my research with thousands of young learners. I wanted to share with you some information about the importance of recess for elementary school students.
Topics: Dr. Julian Reed, move to learn, recess
Happy Valentine's Day from ActivEd! This day is all about love and hearts, so we're focusing on heart health. Here are some dietary recommendations from the American Heart Association to share with your students and their families.
Topics: move to learn, physical activity, healthy choices, heart health