For students to pay attention and learn, lower brain networks must be regulated first. The Neurosequential Model framework recognises that the brain develops from the bottom up.
By regulating the students, they can access the learning and thinking parts of their brain leading to optimal learning and engagement. Through “Brain Mapping,” a targeted regulation program is designed specific to the student’s needs. Students engage in rhythmic, repetitive, sensory, and relational activities building these lower brain systems. These activities are built into the school day on a regular basis and become an essential part of their learning program.
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