Md. students learn about emotions, social change through movement

10/22/2013 | Baltimore Sun, The

An elementary school in Maryland has adopted the Move This World program, which uses movement to teach students lessons about how social changes can be achieved through conflict resolution, diversity, self-expression and more. The program includes weekly visits to third-grade classrooms for five weeks, during which students will learn about being part of a global community.

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