Yello Dyno - Protecting Children from Child Predators - Educators - Curricula - Products - Training

The Yello Dyno
Monthly Memo


"I always read your Yello Dyno Memo tip to toe. There is no better e-zine out there for child safety... Your stuff is tough, factual, and fun - and we love it." - Hjordes Norman, educator & parents


Awards
Recognizing Excellence
in Childhood Education


Children can be attentive and receptive or incapable of learning

 “…A child's capacity to learn in any given moment is determined by internal rhythms…In some of these states we are attentive and receptive (e.g., calm and satisfied), while in other states we are incapable of learning (e.g., when asleep, exhausted, sad, afraid)…”
Research by Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph.D., “Attunement: Reading The Rhythms Of The Child.”

The vibrant Yello Dyno Method™ creates receptivity in even the most difficult students.

Attunement: Reading The Rhythms Of The Child
by Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph.D.

Individual Rhythms
“…A child's capacity to learn in any given moment is determined by internal rhythms. Our bodies and our minds move through predictable rhythms driven by powerful physiological processes. Sleep and wake. Hunger and satiety. The human brain's capacity to focus, listen, learn, and communicate is shaped by the symphony of dozens of patterns of rhythmic biological activity, creating, in any given moment, a person's internal state. In some of these states we are attentive and receptive (e.g., calm and satisfied), while in other states we are incapable of learning (e.g., when asleep, exhausted, sad, afraid). In order to be attuned to someone, we must interpret their non-verbal (and verbal) cues — reflections of their powerful physiological rhythms…”

Click Here for more information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Back to Top
 

Research Links

1. Independent, Evidence-based Research

2. The Power of Music

3. Self-Efficacy

4. Rational Decisions guided by Emotion

5. Humor Plays a Powerful Role In Balancing Negative Emotions, Such As Fear

6. How The Brain Learns Best:
The Bob-and-Weave Lecture


7. The Importance of Play in Learning

8. Children can be attentive and receptive or incapable of learning

9. Statistics




YELLO DYNO PRO CURRICULA BROCHURE Click image to download 4 page color brochure (155K)
Includes Curricula Descriptions, Benefits and Key Expert Quotes.
Adobe Acrobat Reader Format


Download Sample Lessons, review the curricula, educational materials and training available on Educator Ordering.

Watch Students Learning To Stay Safe with Yello Dyno

QuickTime Movies

Yello Dyno Kinder Graduation
(Quicktime Movie)

Yello Dyno PreK-1 Safety Party Curriculum Being Taught
(Quicktime Movie)

Windows Media Movies

Yello Dyno Kinder Graduation
(Windows Media Movie)

Yello Dyno PreK-1 Safety Party Curriculum Being Taught
(Windows Media Movie)

Copyright 1994-2005 Yello Dyno, Inc. • "Yello Dyno" and the Yello Dyno character are federally registered trademarks of Yello Dyno, Inc.