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Brain Breaks and Leadership

Lucy Carbajal,   Terrace Hills Middle School
Physical Activity Participation,  Student Leadership
Brain Breaks and Leadership

Fuel Up to Play 60 students encourage teachers to use brain breaks during instruction to help students stay motivated and engaged. We have also created a bulletin board in our Conference Room for teachers to be familiar with the different types of brain breaks.

How did students and adults work together as a team?

Students had to collaborate with their teachers. They are the ones that had to initiate the brain breaks in class as they see fit. Teachers were able to see their students in action and see the benefits of the brain breaks.