1. Exergame in Schools – Create an Exercise Learning Center with Fitness

      By Dan Lawler, PhD and Bev Bachman, MEd   Most students spend hours a day sitting at a desk at school.   The science shows that this lack of physical activity not only affects their wellness, but inhibits their academic growth as well.  Unfortunately, when they fail to conform quietly to this low-energy environment, we over-diagnose and even punish kids for reacting the way that the…Read More

  2. The Underused Tool for Education – Exergame Transforms the Classroom

      Although research shows that exercise activates the attention system, increases focus, modulates mood, and enhances learning, it remains an underused tool in education. When teachers and students better understand how to work with the physiology of one’s body, the educational experience is optimized. This is especially true for students with behavioral issues such as ADHD.   Our respons…Read More