5 More Easy Brain Breaks for Your Classroom

Rob Donatelli on episode 555

Rob Donatelli shares with us five more easy brain breaks. As a follow up to one of the most popular 10 Minute Teacher episodes, 5 Easy Brain Breaks for Your Classroom, Rob gives us more ideas to bring to our classroom.

Rob Donatelli and 5 easy brain breaks

Rob Donatelli and 5 easy brain breaks

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Challenge

Your challenge for this episode is to try one brain break with your students on a day. Have another day at the same time where you don’t use a brain break. Then, reflect in your learning journal or on a blog post how the two days compare. (And be sure to tweet me if you do and let me know how it goes.) I’m in too! Are you?

Rob Donatelli – Bio As Submitted

Rob Donatelli is a business & computer science teacher at Dallastown Area High School. He is also the founder of the Donatelli EdZone.

His passions include school leadership, education technology, presenting, entrepreneurship, and coaching. Follow him on YouTube at the Donatelli EdZone or on Twitter @DTown_MrD.

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