by Tara Pelton | Jul 23, 2013 | Educational Kinesiology, gifted exceptional children, Special Eduucation, Special Needs Education, Uncategorized

The best way to memorize information for mathematics and music is to put the two together and use music to teach mathematics basics. Even better news – you can use your body to make rhythm in step and movement – and that’s dancing! Before one can... by Tara Pelton | Jul 18, 2013 | Blog

Learning Tools and Techniques may assist in informal assessment of a student. The kit includes Abacus’ for teacher and student, 12 of red, blue and red circles, rulers and a calculator with large type. These items are for use in determining child’s... by Tara Pelton | Nov 29, 2012 | Blog, Educational Kinesiology, Mathematics

The Table of Multiplication is a teaching tool for new mathematics students. As you can see on the Table of Multiplication here, the number of squares n the rectangle = the number symbol, i.e. 15 squares = 3 x 5 or 5 x 3. 5 x 3 of 3 x 5 are both giving 15 squares no... by Tara Pelton | Nov 29, 2012 | Blog, Educational Kinesiology, Mathematics

Now, we want to simplify the definition of mathematics. Consider we define mathematics as: Mathematics is the science of understanding the patterns in nature. It is used by humankind as engineering technology in every science and is reflected in all of the human arts.... by Tara Pelton | Nov 26, 2012 | Blog, Educational Kinesiology

Its been several months since I awoke with the realization that my life purpose has to do with teaching, movement, children and dance. This blog series begins my adventure along this purpose. Several months ago I began with the idea that I would reach out to children...