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boy playing with with planeFounded in 1987, Move to Learn ® is an internationally recognised provider of a range of information, services and products to enable people to overcome learning difficulties (or learning disabilities).

Barbara Pheloung, the founder of Move to Learn, has spent over 35 years gathering and developing techniques which have helped thousands of children to go on to complete their education and achieve high standards of literacy and numeracy.

She has poured this vast experience into her books and DVD, and shared her insights in seminars and conferences all over the world.

Together with her colleagues, Barbara developed the Move to Learn Movement Program, which has been shown to initiate dramatic improvements in a student’s ability and capacity to learn.

 

Please feel free to browse our website, and contact us if you have any further questions.

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Latest!

Check out this review of Move to Learn written by Katherine Smith in The New Zealand Journal of Natural Medicine http://www.naturalmedicine.net.nz/product-reviews/help-your-child-to-learn-book-and-move-to-learn-dvd/ 

Research 

EXCITING NEW research completed by Agnieszka Olechowska
Editor: Ewa Maria Kulesza
at The Maria Grzegorzewska Academy of Special Education, Warsaw, Poland.
"Movement, Vision, Hearing - The basis of learning"
Move to Learn Programme in Polish Educational Practice.
Contains the results of pilot studies conducted in 2008-2010 as part of a project Methods of Neurodevelopmental Retardation Therapy of Children in Pre-School and Early Age financed with resources assigned to own studies of The Maria Grzegorzewska Academy of Special Education.
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And by Dr Soezin Krog, University of South Africa. "Movement Programmes as a Means to Learning Readiness":
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This simple interactive test will help to provide an idea of the areas that most need attention in your student/child/self.
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