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Video games Plus Activity = Academic Success

Posted on October 1, 2009 at 7:02am 0 Comments

Not only is Bookworm Adventures fun, but many have found it helps improve language skills. I started playing Bookworm Adventures roughly a year ago now and was mesmerized by the challenging gameplay and engaging personalities of the cast. The title’s core mechanic tasks the players with building words to defeat a string of fiendish monsters.



This foundation is wrapped in lite RPG elements and a narrative, which push… Continue

Exerlearning's TEAM e3 Supports Service Learning

Posted on October 1, 2009 at 6:56am 0 Comments

We work hard to motivate students who are disengaged for a wide-variety of reasons. That's why we created TEAM e3

http://www.footgaming.com/School/TEAM_E3/



1. Students below grade level in reading or math



2. Students disengaged in the learning process (skipping school, sleeping in class, acting out, ignoring assignments)



3. Struggling students who try hard without adequate success; frustrated, stressed out or angry



4. Students consistently… Continue

Physical Activity Increases Academic Success

Posted on October 1, 2009 at 6:54am 0 Comments

We were thrilled to read the newest summary of peer-reviewed research on the relationship between physical activity and academic performance among children and adolescents created by Active Education from the Robert Woods Johnson Foundation (RWJF). Their comprehensive summary yields the following insights:





Many school systems have downsized or eliminated PE under the assumption that more classroom time will improve academic performance and increase standardized test scores. The… Continue

What's ExerLearning?

Posted on October 1, 2009 at 6:53am 0 Comments

Adding rhythmic, aerobic, or balance activity to the regular learning day not only goes far in helping kids get fit - it also increases academic success. Today's technology can deliver kid-approved solutions for today's struggling schools. Join me at LinkedIn.com - if you are a member there, or join our Footgaming group on facebook. See more at http://www.footgaming.com/School
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