Dance and mime is a natural way to engage Special Education students and their tactual and kinesthetic'perceptual strengths.
Research substantiates that most Special
Education students are global processors. The Jazzles program is rich in kinesthetic and
tactual'kinesthetic experiences appropriate
for 'global thinkers' preferring 'whole'to'part'
processing of information.
"These students may appear to be
slow processors when in reality, they
are taking in the new information and
considering the significance of it and
interpreting how this new piece of
knowledge fits into the larger system"
Jazzles facilitates 'global thinkers' because the
'global' concept for each Lesson Plan is presented
upfront in each animation and introduced on the
first pages of each Lesson Plan.<
With the exceptional levels of engagement with
high conceptual recall that Jazzles achieves,
each animation provides the opportunity for SPED
students to view the whole and then explore the
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