CONDUCTION is an informal think-tank – a small, global network of individuals with two interwoven themes:


  • core ‘traditional’ values in Conductive Education
  • relevant developments in and around Conductive Education worldwide, now and for the future, practical, academic and social.
  • a knowledge portal for families, students,, academics, professional workers, media and decision-makers, those wishing to explore the written record and draw better-informed conclusions of their own

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CEP – Conductive Education Press

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Virtual Library of Conductive Education

Body of materials on Conductive Education, available on line

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Conductive Education Document Depository

Unpublished materials on Conductive Education not otherwise available

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Conductive World Map

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Daily Pető quotation

Checked and referenced quotations on and by András Pető

A new quotation every day, see today’s here:

There’s a gap between the conception of the movement and the performing of the movement. He intends to do it, but he can’t accomplish it in an appropriate way. The wonderful thing that Pető came up with was that he figured he had to change the way of the intention, and he had to teach the way of the intention. This concept was non-existent. [He taught] how to want [to do a movement]. For example: I want to hold on to my ear. If my muscle tone is spastic and I want to hold on to my ear I’ll do this [Mária pretends that her arm jerks up]. This is a bad automatism and I can’t hold onto my ear. However, I can be taught how to want to hold my ear; I can be taught a different strategy. I can be taught to slow my will down, put my elbow forward [on the top of the table], wait for the stiff muscles to relax during the slow rhythm (because slow rhythm relaxes stiffness), then use the relaxed tone and hold on to my ear [Mária demonstrates how]. - Mária Hári


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Revised 07/08/18