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• Expands on the role of exercise in learning and brain development. • Includes classroom examples at both the elementary and secondary levels. • Includes specific references to the Speaking and Listening Skills section of the CCSS. • Discusses John Hattie's research

Feedback and Praise
Feedback and praise

The bell sounded for the last lap of the state finals of the 3200-meter run. Curt, who was currently in the lead by a few yards, remembered what his distance coach had said about the runner who was three back at the moment, and not far behind. “He’ll pick up speed coming off the last turn, and you need to be well ahead of him by that time.” Curt knew he had to increase the lead enough to keep it in the face of that kick his coach was sure would come. He increased his stride a bit and began to pull away on the straight stretch going into the final turn. Curt felt good in spite of the ...

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