Presenter

Mike

Kuczala

Mike Kuczala is a thought leader on using physical activity in teaching, training, and learning.  He has delivered keynotes, given presentations and taught graduate courses on 4 continents. His presentations, courses, books and videos have reached more than 100,000 teachers, trainers, corporate executives, parents and students.  He is also the coauthor of the Corwin Bestseller and Association of Educational Publishers’ Distinguished Achievement Award nominated, The Kinesthetic Classroom: Teaching and Learning through Movement, a book and philosophy that has changed the view of teaching and learning around the world.  Mike’s 2nd book, Training in Motion: How to Use Movement to Create an Engaging and Effective Learning Environment, was released in 2015 (AMACOM) and Ready, Set, Go! The Kinesthetic Classroom 2.0 (Corwin) was released in the summer of 2017.  President of Kuczala Consulting and Academic Director for the Regional Training Center, an educational consulting firm based in Randolph, New Jersey, Mike’s SRO presentations have been experienced in such diverse settings as The East Asia Regional Council of Schools, The Francis Marion University Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty Summer  Institute, The American Society for Training and Development, The Educational Collaborative for International Schools, The Forum for Innovative Leadership, The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, and the Society for Health and Physical Educators. 

Mike Kuczala

Presentation

1:00 pm
Thursday, June 17, 2021

The Kinesthetic Classroom: Teaching and Learning through Movement

This interactive session will enliven your K-12 classroom through the use of dynamic movement. Participants will review a six-level framework for using movement with a purpose including preparing the brain, providing brain breaks, supporting exercise and fitness, developing class cohesion, reviewing content, and teaching content. This session will also explore the brain/body connection and why movement enhances the teaching and learning process.