We were born to learn & move with movement being an integral part of all learning! Learning On The Move is dedicated to developing, promoting, and delivering learning opportunities that connect, teachers, children, and adults to the power of movement, and how the brain and body learn best. All learning experiences are infused with music, movement, rhythm, and rhyme to enhance learning by energizing, oxygenating, and integrating bodies and brains.
What Are People Saying?
"AMAZING loved it! Love anything that gets my PK kids MOVING with a PURPOSE."
"A lot of info and great practical ideas for the classroom in a short time. I would love to go to more workshops with her!"
The presenter was fantastic!
"Bring her in for an elementary workshop. Great connection between movement and learning."
"I am going try to use more movement in the classroom as a learning tool."
~ Comments from Workshop Participants
"Liz is, without question, the best teacher I ever supervised during my 40+ years in public education. As her principal, I was privileged to be able to observe her effectiveness both in the classroom and with the extra-curricular activities she created and led. Liz is in a class by herself! She made it her mission to understand how children learn, how their brains work, and what is needed in order for them to thrive. Watching her in action in the classroom or during a jump rope practice was a mesmerizing experience! Students were attentive and excited and fully engaged in the learning process – ALL the students, ALL the time. No exceptions. The labels of autism, LD, ESL, MR, BD, and all the rest had no place in her world. She knew instinctively, and from her extensive research, what children need in order to learn and grow and blossom – no matter their starting point. If I could have one wish for the state of public education in our country, it would be that every classroom, not just physical education classrooms, could have a Liz Giles-Brown leading it!"
Pamela J. Sperry, Former Principal & Superintendent
Human beings are wonderfully unique physical, emotional, and intellectual beings wired for moving and learning. When we embrace the physiology of mind, body & spirit as we work, plan, teach, and interact, we help them succeed as healthy, active, life-long learners. During my 31 years in education, I have continued to learn and have been on a mission to connect students, teachers, and parents to brain and body smart learning practices infused with movement, music, rhythm & rhyme to energize learners and enhance learning. I continue my mission by finding creative ways to connect and share what I've learned with others.
Yours for healthy & active life-long learning,