For many teachers in Tennessee, “brain breaks” are key to keeping their classrooms on track. Using a program called GoNoodle, teachers play videos that give students brief physical activity breaks, which has been shown to help learning and improve classroom behavior. Better Tennessee spoke with four teachers from across state to get firsthand accounts of how GoNoodle helps them. Reed Clapp 3rd grade Madison Creek Elementary Goodlettsville The pressure on students is extreme now, with high-stakes testing and calls for accountability from every direction. These students are expected to perform at higher levels than ever before. It helps me create an environment that is conducive for learning. I use it in two ways: First thing in the morning, the class has a social time when […]
We help kids channel their physical and emotional energy for good. GoNoodle’s short desk-side physical activities help teachers manage their classroom and improve student performance.
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