GET READY TO LEARN

SCHOOL PROGRAM

Do you spend a lot of time trying to get your students to settle down or wake up?  Do you have students with attention or behavior problems? Many students in our classrooms struggle with learning and often have underlying immaturity or imbalances in sensory and motor development. Imagine starting your day, every day on your own yoga mat, in your special space with your classmates and teachers.  Often joined (or led) by classroom OTs, PTs and STs, the Get Ready classroom morning routine sets the tone for the day. It fosters a balanced learning environment that offers the right amount of stimulation to help the brain focus, get the circulation flowing, wake up the body and enhance attention and skill development. 

 

Our school program offers the classroom based practitioner a clinically researched Yoga curriculum utilizing developmentally graded yoga sequences which align with SEI and PBIS and RTI. Used throughout the US and Europe since 2008, this popular preparatory Yoga/ Movement/ Mindfulness curriculum addresses learning and behavior issues across ages (preschool through high school), stages and levels of ability.

 

The Get Ready to Learn program is designed for daily implementation and adaptation in the classroom to prepare students to be in optimal physical, emotional and cognitive states for learning. It has been shown to positively impact sensory processing, self regulation, attention, communication, motor planning, and performance. Many students and staff report that it is “the best part of their day” and say  it helps them to feel calm, safe, happy and READY.

 

OUR PROGRAM 

CURICULUM OVERVIEW

Our foundation series videos are designed to “warm-up” the body and brain for optimal learning states.  Can be used with our youngest or most immature learners and has been successfully piloted with mainstream and  preschoolers with developmental delays and  challenges. 

FOUNDATION SERIES

Our floor series videos reinforce early development patterns which optimize brain body connections and support students ability to self regulate, observe personal space, imitate motor postures, develop strength and increased awareness. Designed for students of all levels of abilities to  support balanced development with reinforcement of body awareness and self regulation.

FLOOR SERIES

The seated series offers a chair practice that was initially developed to address the needs of non- ambulatory students. Seated series is used by many classrooms to supplement their floor practice, or to provide therapeutic movement when space is limited. 

SEATED SERIES
NEW SCHOOL MEMBERSHIP

WHAT'S INCLUDED

PROGRAM MATERIALS

STAFF TRAINING

Our school package includes our dynamic two-day program training conducted on-site or LIVE online. 

STREAMING SERVICES

Access to our full streaming library, including our program fundamentals and our new Ready Breaks series. 

SUPPORT

Online or on-site coaching for your program support, individualized questions, and concerns.

PROGRAM RESOURCES

Access to our online resources and monthly "how-to" tutorials to provide a deeper understanding of the program's teachings. As well as data collection options for weekly data collection services.

READY TO BRING THE GET READY PROJECT TO YOUR SCHOOL?

FOR RETURNING SCHOOL MEMBERS:

Please email lindsay@getreadytolearn.net to inquire about renewal and/or integration to our new platform. 

The impact of implementing the Get Ready to Learn Program across our entire district with students with significant disabilities ages 3-21 over the past year has had tremendous results in decreasing behaviors that interfere with learning and increasing appropriate behaviors to enhance each students ability to learn more effectively. Teachers, administrators, students and parents have reported significant changes in both the classroom environment as well as student performance. Parents are reporting that their children are reacting to their environment in ways they haven’t demonstrated in the past. At the onset of the program we knew that the daily implementation of this movement program would have a positive impact on student progress but the data is reporting gains beyond our expectations.

Barbara Joseph,
Former Deputy Superintendent NYC District 75

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