It has already been proven that exercise is beneficial for your health (physical and mental), but did you know it can also improve your cognitive performance?
Wendy Suzuki, a neuroscientist, talks about her research on exercise and the positive effects exercise can have on cognitive performance.
A high school in Illinois, United States, places students in a physical education class prior to the class they struggle with, and the results indicate that the students improve in those classes that they find difficult.
Please make sure to check out the video below for more info, and ideas for incorporating exercise in your classroom.
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