The Act Approach: The Use of Suggestion for Integrative Learning
The ACT Approach provides a detailed description of ways to establish and conduct an optimal learning environment. Drawing on specific examples from his own classes, Dhority explores the remarkable phenomenon of suggestion, an aspect of our reality to which we normally pay little attention.he shown teachers, professional communicators and facilitators of learning how, when used purposefully and consciously, suggestion can become a powerful tool for enhancing teaching and learning experiences. Presented primarily as a model for foreign language acquisition, it can be adapted for teaching and learning nearly everything.
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