Whether you're training for a marathon, learning a new piano piece, or working on your vertical, your brain needs to refine how it tells your muscles to make the complex movements required.
The brain's unique ability to fine-tune itself—called plasticity—allows it to do just that.
The principal also held a faculty meeting to advise staff to look carefully at the books they are assigning to children.
The principal even contacted other middle schools in the district to warn them of the challenged novel.
In the small town of Burnside, the Jerome family house is destroyed by teenage vandals, who defecate on the floors and push their daughter down the stairs, placing her in a coma.
A childlike stalker calling himself "The Avenger" witnesses the incident and, enraged, begins to track down each culprit.
The father of the student, said, “It’s not a book for school.
Through this process, you progress from the raw, unrefined movements of a novice to the powerful, precise movements of an expert.In the novel, Jane Jerome, 16, is one of the main characters.She goes to high school and lives with her parents, her younger sister, Karen, and her younger brother, Artie, in a small town named Burnside.The book was not removed completely, because a panel of school librarians made a decision to retain it in middle and high schools.One of the key brain areas that controls body movement is called the motor cortex.