If you have solid instructional design and delivery it engages peoples senses more. Moving around is better than sitting to enhance learning. The best way to incorporate movement in training is to incorporate mini stretches movements. A moving brain is more engaged than a sitting one. Some techniques that can help with learning and retention include: Body Breaks, Walking and talking and wall writing.
- Good instructional design and delivery engages people’s brains, eyes, ears, and bodies.
- The simplest way to incorporate movement in your training is to use mini-stretch breaks.
- Movement does not distract learners – although some audiences are so formal and stilted they aren’t use to moving and the initial discomfort when asking them to move can make you believe otherwise
“”Moving around is better than sitting still to enhance learning””