Accelerated Learning in Practice

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A&C Black, Jan 1, 1998 - Education - 256 pages
This work offers nine principles for brain-based approaches to accelerating learning, improving motivation and raising achievement. It offers the reader a coherent structure and describes: guaranteed ways to motivate learners; esteem-building tools for schools, teachers and parents; how to access and teach to different types of intelligence; and 17 different ways in which schools can make accelerated learning work.

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It is time that humanity bridges the gaps between pedagogy and our neurology ,physiology and psychology. This book by Alistair Smith clearly outlines research and techniques that have been bridging that gap. It demonstrates clearly what mecanisms lie at the heart of accelerating learning offering teachers and students kys, and seeds for a revolution in their understanding of learning and themselves. To truly harness their potential, to blossom into fuller beings. 


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Alistair Smith is a leading trainer in modern learning methods and his techniques are used with startling success by thousands of teachers and parents in the UK and abroad. He is the chairperson of Alite; a company he founded to work in the field of motivation, learning and training. Alistair has written award-winning books, featured on radio and television programmes, and spoken at conferences internationally.

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