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Rae Pica on Active learning Maths (or Math) in the Early Years

Rae Pica has been an education consultant, specializing in the development and education of the whole child and children’s physical activity, since 1980.

In this interview, we discuss 'active learning' and links with deep level learning; what sitting still for long periods does for children's learning abilities; the role of movement in children's learning; linking active learning and movement to the math(s) curriculum.
· August 3, 2018

Rae Pica has been an education consultant, specializing in the development and education of the whole child and children’s physical activity, since 1980. Rae is the founder and director of  Rae Pica Keynotes & Consulting and she is an award-winning author of many books, including What If Everybody Understood Child Development? and Active Learning Across the Curriculum: Teaching the Way They Learn.

She is also an Early Years consultant and keynote speaker.

In this interview, we discuss ‘active learning’ and links with deep level learning; what sitting still for long periods does for children’s learning abilities; the role of movement in children’s learning; linking active learning and movement to the math(s) curriculum.

Find out more about Rae Pica on her website here: http://www.raepica.com/

And enjoy more of Rae’s videos on her YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-d20r_dzRuJdQ7J0TEZOMQ/videos or search for ‘Rae Pica’ on YouTube.

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