Building A Culture of Health Through School Recess - 5:25
with Angela Rogensues of Playworks Michigan
Posted Aug 27, 2019
Results from a study conducted in 2017 by the Health Educational Journal provide evidence that school recess can be used to teach social–emotional competencies that can impact student behavior during recess and in the classroom. Angela Rogensues, Executive Director of Playworks Michigan joins host Laurel Hess to discuss the importance of play time among young children.
Hosted by: Laurel Hess Produced by: Heartland Newsmakers Team
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