Who We Are
About The Learning Journey
The Learning Journey has been designing and manufacturing an exclusive line of award-winning children's interactive educational products. All products at The Learning Journey encourage learning and develop confidence as they enhance a child's potential. All products build on the skills necessary for children to be prepared for school and beyond.
The Learning Journey opened its doors in 1995 and is now in numerous international markets with products in multiple languages, including a large range of bilingual products. As The Learning Journey manufactures and distributes its own exclusive product line, our products offer excellent value for your money while at the same time offering you high educational value.
With The Learning Journey's complete range of interactive products, children have fun while learning and parents and educators know they have the right quality educational products for their children.
Our Learning Process
At The Learning Journey, extensive research into the latest educational techniques, along with those tried and trusted traditional methods of learning were put to the test. The results have led The Learning Journey to address and answer the following two fundamental issues facing parents and educators today: How to learn and what to learn.
How To Learn
Traditional forms of learning are mainly centered on the left side of the brain. The left side of the brain is the logical, mathematical side of the brain. Thus, when a book is read or text is memorized, the WORDS enter the left side of the brain. Most schools around the world still use traditional "left brain" education techniques as the primary method of teaching. Research has now proven that by also incorporating the right side of the brain, which is the more creative, artistic side of the brain, a child's ability to learn can be increased by as much as 90%! This new type of learning is known as "interactive" or "multi-sensory" learning.
What To Learn
At The Learning Journey extensive research was conducted of worldwide curriculums to determine what specific skills children need to develop at different stages in their early lives. After much investigation and research, the actual number of specific skills reached well into the hundreds. However, it was clear to identify that each of these specific skills fell into one or more categories. These categories were further developed and today make up The Learning Journey Skill Sets.