1. John Ratey – How Exercise can Transform our Schools

      While exercise is good for the entire body, Dr. John J. Ratey, MD, says it is more important for the brain, especially when it comes to students in schools. Using scientific studies and real life examples, this internationally recognized doctor in the brain-exercise connection demonstrates how we can raise test scores and lower behavioral problems. Learn about how more exercise and exergami…Read More

  2. Iowa School Adds Interactive Fitness Wall to their Curriculum

      Lakewood Elementary School is part of a small tight knit community in Norwalk Iowa. As part of the Norwalk Community School district Lakewood Elementary believes in working collaboratively to ensure that their children can grow into caring, productive citizens of the community. Their motto is to work hard to serve “Every Child, Every Day!” The best way to increase the physical activity …Read More

  3. PEP Grant Winner Riverdale School District Installs Interactive Fitness

    The Riverdale School District is a small school district in southwest Wisconsin, but always has BIG PLANS for their Physical Education program.  The District has a  commitment to creating quality, personalized learning rooted in rich curriculum and innovative learning opportunities.  One of the largest impacts they have had on the school district over the past few years was becoming a Carol M.…Read More

  4. Another Tool for the Educators’ Toolbox

    Our great Exergaming friend, Dan Lawler Ph.D. has written another piece of Exergaming. This blog focuses on the Exergaming industry starting to focus more of SPED programs in school districts. We think this is an exciting new direction to bring the industry in, read on and tell us what you think! Another Tool for the Educators’ Toolbox By Dan Lawler, Ph.D. Schools, and especially teachers, provi…Read More