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Teachers like creativity. We want our students to learn what has come before, certainly. And, we want them to do and think and imagine new things with that prior knowledge. We want them, in ways big and small, to create.
This New York Times article offers a handy overview of research into the importance of movement for learning. However, before you read it, you have to stand up and move around for three minutes. (By the way, if you’re interested