S'cool Moves provides support for your collaborative goals in three ways:

Our Minute Moves activities are designed for whole school involvement to enhance the quality of collaboration between teachers, therapists, parents, and support staff. Classroom management, improving focus, translating clinical practice into school-based practice, teaching self-regulation skills, and putting educationally relevant neuroscience into practice are the ultimate goals. View Now

Our Power Up! materials blend academics with learning readiness. The activities work well for small group intervention commonly found within Response-to-Intervention models. Our Brain Spark Reading Flips, Quadrant Word Taps, Transition Tune-ups, and Power Up! Academic Posters motivate even the uninspired students.
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Our Focus Moves activities are designed to help students focus more of their energy on academics by strengthening core posture, bilateral integration, vision skills, and stamina required for academic tasks. Focus Moves activities can supplement motor groups, APE, PE, occupational therapy, physical therapy, early childhood programs, and special education classroom curricula. View Now

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I was so touched to receive this kind letter from Virginia Davis, MS OTR/L. It made my day! Thank you, Gina for allowing me to share:

Dear Deb, thank you so much for sharing your time and incredible knowledge with us. I have immediately incorporated things I learned from you into sessions and I wish you could have seen a teacher using the Butterfly moves with a group of 3-4's yesterday...the incredible things she was adding as the class is working on insects...too fabulous.
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I used Bill Hubert’s Bal-A-Vis-X (BAVX) program as part of my reading intervention strategies and initial results proved quite promising. For all of us needing to validate BAVX as evidence-based, here is a great start! #readingintervention #literacy #ADHD #education #learning ... See MoreSee Less

My first ever selfie (and last!) in front of Emily Dickinson’s house in Amherst, MA. I took a day off from my east coast training to enjoy the local interest points. Amherst is a beautiful town. I loved the tour and being able to stand in Emily’s bedroom where she wrote all her poetry. Emily Dickinson’s poem, “I Dwell in Possibility” really hit home with me as we in education work so hard to help all students reach their maximum potential. The only way to do that is to “dwell in possibility.” ... See MoreSee Less

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Autism Empowerment Tele-Summit 2015

Greetings S’cool Moves Friends, Patricia Lemer, author of her new book, Outsmarting Autism, sent this email to me. It sounds like a great opportunity to expand our knowledge base. From Patricia Lemer: I... Read More

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