Twist and Shout session at ASTC

At ASTC I helped present a session where we discussed how physical activity improves learning. A short video of one of our activities is below. We asked the participants to crab walk the length of a cow’s small intestine (~110′). I was impressed by how many were willing to try it. There’s always adventurous people at ASTC conferences.

I also promised to post a list of references used during the talk and as soon as I get them from the lead presenter, I’ll post them here.

You never know what will happen in an #ASTC2014 session!

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Thanks to ASTC staff for the video.

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