Professional Development

How To Support Students’ Movement And Sensory Needs

Hannah Campbell highlights the importance of taking account of learners’ movement and sensory need, particularly given the challenges of on-line learning, and provides strategies for addressing these.

The importance of movement & sensory needs

Everyone uses movement to help them to manage everyday life, from twiddling hair or bouncing their leg when anxious to going for a run or a workout to reduce stress and get a better night’s sleep.

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