The Learning Revolution: A Lifelong Learning Programme for the World's Finest Computer : Your Amazing Brain
A lifelong learning program for the world's finest computer: your brain! This book provides simple techniques that will enable everyone to learn anything faster & more effectively! Offers simple yet effective techniques to take control of your future as a parent, student, teacher, administrator, business or government leader! THE LEARNING REVOLUTION faces the challenges of today's educational system by offering hundreds of practical solutions: * How to learn the basics of a foreign language in only four to eight weeks! * How to catch up at school--even if you start well behind others! * Simple methods of learning to learn & learning to think for new ideas so that all can relearn throughout life & make the most of new opportunities. THE LEARNING REVOLUTION is based on the argument that everyone in the world faces an ever-greater challenge; a revolution in learning "for all to share in an age of potential plenty." This book was inspired from research, study, practice, & experience by its two authors Gordon Dryden & Jeannette Vos, Ed.D. Their combined determination demonstrates this simple philosophy: * Virtually everything is now possible. * Where problems have not been solved, we now have simple techniques to produce a new solution! * We are now at a key historical break-point! The challenge is here - THE LEARNING REVOLUTION is the answer!
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Preface by Jeannette Vos
Introduction by Gordon Dryden
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