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Barbara Arrowsmith-Young is a Ted Talk speaker and her story has been shared around the world. Sit back and be inspired by a woman who is literally changing 1000s of minds. Part 1 of a three-part series by Michelle Ferreri, filmed at Arrowsmith School.
An emotional interview with parents of Arrowsmith students, who candidly share their heartache plus an incredible message of hope. Part 2 of a three-part series by Michelle Ferreri, filmed at Arrowsmith School.
Meet Arrowsmith School students and hear about their experiences with learning difficulties first-hand. Part 3 of a three-part series by Michelle Ferreri, filmed at Arrowsmith School.
Watch Michelle Ferreri interview parents and principals about the impact and outcome of The Arrowsmith Program.
Michelle Ferreri interviews the Barbara Arrowsmith-Young, founder of the Arrowsmith Program, who explains the research and proof behind how the Arrowsmith Program is changing brains can help so many children and adults.
Michelle Ferreri interviews the grandmother of an Arrowsmith Program student who has a very important message about her grandson and all children who are struggling in the traditional school system.
Overview video on Barbara Arrowsmith-Young's journey through her learning difficulty and how research shows that the brain is not fixed and can change.
Taking a break from the Sydney Writers' Festival, Barbara talks to our own Barbara about her new book The Woman Who Changed Her Brain, which has been flying off the shelves across the country. Here she discusses growing up with a learning disabilies and how she developed techniques to help herself.
Barbara Arrowsmith-Young turned her life-defining learning disabilities into an unlikely asset. Unable to process language or decode symbols, she compensated with her fierce determination to learn, fuelled by a formidable memory. In graduate school, she chanced on research that held the key to reprogramming her own brain. This was in the 1970s and 80s, before neuroplasticity became a widely accepted fact. Her pioneering Arrowsmith Program has since helped countless children and adults with learning disabilities to unlock their potential. She’s joined in conversation by Natasha Mitchell (ABC Radio National Life Matters).
Barbara Arrowsmith-Young’s Spanish version book launch of "The Woman Who Transformed Her Brain" in Madrid, Spain at the Almagro Campus of the Camilo Jose Cela University (UCJC)
Barbara Arrowsmith-Young presents at the Bellevue Conference on her journey and the impact The Arrowsmith Program has had on individuals.
Cuando la neuroeducadora Barbara Arrowsmith-Young (1951, Toronto) cumplió 6 años, le diagnosticaron “discapacidad múltiple del aprendizaje”. Su cerebro tenía dificultades para interpretar las manecillas de un reloj, entender un enunciado, controlar la parte izquierda de su cuerpo e incluso seguir una conversación. Años después de aquel diagnóstico, esta licenciada en psicología y especializada en estudios de la infancia logró “transformar su cerebro” y dar con un método de aprendizaje cognitivo para estudiantes que, como ella, tienen capacidades diferentes y dificultades a la hora de aprender.
Barbara Arrowsmith-Young speaks at TEDx Toronto about her journey through her learning challenges and how the power of neuroplasticity helped her overcome her challenges and individuals to re-wire their brain.
A quick promotional trailer for Barbara Arrowsmith-Young's inspiring talk on the brain and neuroplasticity at TEDx Toronto.
Viewing Difficulties in Mathematics Through a Cognitive Lens. Hosted by Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics, Stanford University. Presented by Sherri Lane Howie and Caylin Trudell of Arrowsmith Program, Toronto
This is the a presentation that the lego group presented at the Ontario East Provincial Championships
An overview video of the impact and outcomes of the Arrowsmith Program on students and families.
Through their Cloud Migration Roadmap, ProServeIT helped the Arrowsmith School to digitally transform, empowering them to collaborate better internally as well as communicate their specially designed learning program to more schools, teachers and children worldwide.
Meet Victor Mifsud, the Blind Bio-Hacker. Victor is on mission to supercharge his eyes, mind, body and soul using new combinations of ancient wisdom and modern science. Victor is a DJ, an artist, a traveler, and a dreamer. And he's legally blind. Victor’s journey to understand the connections of his mind, brain, and body takes him to cutting edge scientists and revolutionary geniuses like the renowned author and speaker Dr. Gabor Maté; Dr. Lara Boyd, the groundbreaking researcher who uses MRI scan to reveal the specific ways that neuroplasticity changes our brain; and the remarkable David Webber, know as The Blind Man Who Learned to See. His adventures with unorthodox and paradigm shifting therapies include the psycho-active tea Ayahuasca, the ancient vibrations of Crystal Bowl sound therapy, and ultra-modern Pulsed Elector-Magnetic Field (PEMF) therapy. From Victor's initial quest to find a new therapies for his eyes, his journey becomes about so much more.
Unleash the power of neuroplasticity in education with our latest episode. Join renowned Canadian author, founder, and director of The Arrowsmith Program, Barbara Arrowsmith-Young, as she challenges the unchangeable brain myth, offering transformative insights and practical strategies. Discover how neuroplasticity enhances student potential, optimises teaching methods, and creates a thriving learning environment. Watch now and revolutionise your approach today!