All the information you need to know to begin implementing S’cool Moves into your classroom or school district to support children with ADHD, sensory processing disorder, dyslexia, and learning challenges.
"Is S'cool Moves evidence-based practice?"
Yes! We have the evidence-based topic thoroughly covered. Please visit our research tab HERE.
S'cool Moves can increase the effectiveness of your intervention strategies, in minutes a day, without adding more to your already full plate. We'll show you how. Watch our introductory videos to learn more.
Introduction to S'cool Moves Part 1
Introduction to S'cool Moves Part 2
Part 2 highlights the materials that we've developed to support a three tier intervention approach. You'll get to experience some of the activities first hand.
Part 1 provides the back story and theory underpinning S'cool Moves. This video is great to use if you are in need of a quick presentation that you've been asked to throw together in your spare time.
There are different approaches to tiered interventions including Response To Intervention (RTI) and Multi-Tier System of Supports (MTSS). S'cool Moves uses a three tiered approach to support students and staff with interventions for the whole class, small groups, and individuals. This brief video helps explain how our techniques are used with a three tiered intervention system.
Michigamme's new moves help kids focus
Anya Rath, Times Herald
For the past few months, the students at Michigamme Elementary have been moving in the right direction — literally.
District occupational therapist Jennifer Vogtmann began rolling out the program S'cool Moves, a series of therapy-based strategies, at Michigamme Elementary back in September after she received a $1,000 grant from Meemic Insurance and district support.
The program teaches students certain actions that can calm them down and are designed to improve self-regulation, focus, developmental skills, and academic goals.
"The energy that children have available for academics is based on total battery output," Vogtmann said in an email. "When their auditory, visual and sensory systems are not working at their peak, there is a drain on academics. This program teaches children how to recharge to reach full academic success."
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