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Energizing Brain Breaks the Naperville Way

Best Practices 2013 in Physical Education and Health 9:15 to 10:30 July 24th
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David Sladkey

on 24 July 2013

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Transcript of Energizing Brain Breaks the Naperville Way

Energizing Brain Breaks the Naperville Way
Introduction
Energizing Brain Breaks
Why Energizing Brain Breaks
Resources
More Energizing Brain Breaks
Hand Shake #1 Page 28 EBB
Thumb and Pinkie
Page 22 in EBB
Twisted EBB Page 24
Slap Count page 40 EBB
Thumb War or Peace EBB Page 43
Jean Blaydes
2007
Crossing
the Mid-line
The Background to Energizing Brain Breaks
Naperville Central Math Dept
page 54 EBB
EBB page 54
2010
EBB self published
2013
EBB Corwin
Gotcha page 44 EBB
EBB Page 6
Reflections about Brain Breaks
1. How could you use brain breaks in your classroom?
2. How can you get your school on board with Brain Breaks?
Please put your reflections about Brain Breaks at the site below
http://tinyurl.com/bbreflections
Naperville Central High School

30 miles west of Chicago

School type: public secondary

Opened : 1863 (2011: Renovated)

Principal: William Wiesbrook

Staff: 273
Grades: 9–12

Enrollment: 3,056

Average class size : 22.2

Average ACT score : 24.9

http://schools.naperville203.org/central/
Source: Wikipedia
Naperville Central HS
Learning Readiness PE
PE Before Core Subjects
Move and Learn in core subjects
Overview
Introduction
Energizing Brain Breaks
Why Energizing Brain Breaks
Resources
Conclusion
More Brain Breaks
http://tinyurl.com/brainbreaksnaperville
David Sladkey
High School Math Teacher
Naperville Central High School
Naperville IL Population 142K
Intro to Algebra
Precalculus
1/5 Technology Position
3 children
Avid bicyclist
Get to know you Questions
Share OUT a few
Find someone who you don't know and...
who loves the same animal as you.

ie dog, cat, none, turtle, deer...

Move your stuff and sit next to them.

This is your new partner for this segment

Text each other your name and email.
Interview Questions
1. What is your name?
2. Describe a positive experience you had over the summer.
3. Give your interests and activities that you are involved with.
4. Describe something you collect or would like to collect.

Thinking on Your Feet
Jean Blaydes
www.actionbasedlearning.com
John Ratey
Spark
“Exercise is like fertilizer for the brain …
it’s so good, it’s like Miracle Gro”.
- Dr. John Ratey, Harvard Brain Researcher
Twitter @PaulZientarski
Scott Miller
John Medina Brain Rules
http://bit.ly/1axihch
http://www.minds-in-bloom.com/
EBB Page 26
EBB Page 47
page 47 EBB Snowball
1. What is your name?
2. What are your activities and interests?
3. What extreme sport or activity are you most afraid of?
4. Tell about your pets and their names.

Discussion questions
Find someone who you don't know and...


Move your stuff and sit next to them.

This is your new partner for this segment

Text each other your name and email.
Page 29 EBB Hand Shake #2
Page 29
Hand Shake #2
More Brain Breaks
Page 45 EBB Let it Rain
Page 38 EBB Slap Count Say 21 and Win
Page 49 EBB Wave Motion
Page 45 EBB Let it Rain
Thank you
I'd love to hear from you
dsladkey@gmail.com
@dsladkey
INDIVIDUAL Brain Breaks
PARTNER Brain Breaks
GROUP Brain Breaks
Thank you
I'd love to hear from you
dsladkey@gmail.com
@dsladkey
Thumb and pinkie page 22
Hand Shake #1 Page 28
Twisted Page 24
Slap Count page 40
Thumb War or Peace Page 43
http://learningreadinesspe.com/
http://abllab.com/
http://engagedteaching.com/
Bizz
Buzz
Page 26
Page 38 Slap Count Say 21 and Win
Page 49
Wave Motion
David Sladkey
Gotcha
page 44
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