A Path for Improved Self-Regulation
Russell Elementary School preschool teachers created a sensory pathway to help students with self- regulation. Named the “Super Sensory Path”, students start at one end of the hallway and bear crawl, tiptoe, hop, twist and turn their way to receive proprioceptive sensory input. Research shows that engaging and stimulating the brain with fine and gross motor activities classes improves focus and prepares students for learning. All students are Russell Elementary are invited to use this as a tool for calming and regulating their bodies in order to promote concentration and self-awareness.
Kelly McNabb, Supervisor
Positive School Culture