Active Learning: Yet More Evidence

Last October we introduced Tagi in the article, ‘Tagi Helps Tackle Obesity’. Since then we have discovered further research and evidence that backs up what we have held true for so long:

“Children who are physically fit are better at absorbing and retaining new information.”

It is never a surprise to us when we hear the comments of teachers co-delivering our Activity Days.

Teachers finding out new things about what their children can actually do.

“I didn’t know he could do that…”

Rather than re-invent the wheel with stats here, look for yourselves…

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Visit the following sites, read the reports and take in the compelling, but worrying info-graphics:

In particular, check out the new slide sets for physical activity and obesity here.

Thanks to Amie Richards BSc for signposting us to recent research…much appreciated. Follow her and the organisations above on Twitter to keep updated.

To find out more about how our Active Learning games and work impact, click here.

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