Alise is a fun and energetic presenter that has a passion for kinesthetic learning. She has been a Master Trainer since 2014. In her presentations and trainings, she covers a variety of topics such as: brain based learning, brain research, administration approval, funding, how to build a better brain, and how to make learning fun again. These topics are taught to the audience through active learning and music. No more “sit and get!”. Alise’s expertise is in Early Childhood education. She started the first lab in Pasadena ISD and since then has trained multiple schools in and out of district on how to set up Action Based Learning Labs. She has also held multiple trainings around the state on how to incorporate kinesthetic learning in the classroom. She was the keynote speaker for a Preschool Conference in 2016. Alise has transformed her current school into an entirely kinesthetic program. They have replaced the traditional chairs with balls and/or stools and kinesthetic desks. They have increased the recess time and made sure that it, and physical education, were included every day. Alise is passionate about providing brain based, brain compatible strategies as for learners who have gaps in their learning. By having various types of purposeful movement in and out of the classroom they are closing the gap and creating lifelong learners. Alise has over 17 years of experience in public education. She earned her degree from Stephen F. Austin which started her career in speech therapy. She obtained multiple certifications and has taught special education, ESL, and Pre-K. She is currently the technology teacher and kinesthetic liaison for her campus and district. She also holds a Master’s degree in Education Administration from Lamar University. She learned early in her career how much movement helped all different types of learners. Her goal is to educate as many educators, administrators, and parents about the benefits of movement and learning in and out of school.