How Can Body Activated Learning Help Special Needs Students?
Sharon Plante withAubrey Schmalle
What is body activated learning? How can it help students who learning differently?
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March 11, 2017 Special Education
Aubrey Schmalle is a pediatric occupational therapist and creator of Body Activated Learning, a program that supports attention and engagement in children using movement activities that activate the senses for learning. She has over 10 years experience evaluating and treating sensory processing disorders and consults with school teams to optimize intervention for individual students while creating program supports that benefit all children.
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