Facility Planning
Facility Planning: An Educational Movement

Facility Planning: An Educational Movement

Does physical activity improve a student’s ability to read, write, analyze, perform mathematical functions, communicate and learn concepts and strategies? Running, jumping, bending, leaning, and moving in general play a role in stimulating our brains to learn. Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN), says the brain “exercises” when we perform physical activity. Physical exercise improves memory, lengthens attention span, boosts decision

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