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  Discover how today's corporations are benefiting from accelerated learning to speed training time, improve results, and reduce costs.

Accelerated learning is the use of music, color, emotion, play, and creativity to involve the whole student and enliven the learning experience. The Accelerated Learning Handbook is the first definitive book to explain state-of-the-art accelerated learning techniques to trainers and teachers, and features 40 techniques designed to save money while producing far better results.

Leading expert Dave Meier provides an overview of the background and underlying principles of accelerated learning, and reviews the latest supporting research results. Training professionals will look to The Accelerated Learning Handbook to:

  • Improve the long-term value of training
  • Cut course development time by half
  • Discover tips for music- and computer-based learning
 
 
We live in an era when the unprecedented speed of change means: The only certainty is uncertainty; you can't predict what skills will be useful in ten years time; in most professions knowledge is doubling every two or three years; and no job is forever--so being employable means being flexible and retraining regularly.

Accelerated Learning into the 21st Century contains a simple but proven plan that delivers the one key skill that every working person, every parent and student must master, and every teacher should teach: it's learning how to learn. The theory of eight multiple intelligences (linguistic, logical-mathematical, visual-spatial, kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalist) developed by Howard Gardner at Harvard University provides a foundation for the six-step MASTER-Mind system to facilitate learning (an acronym for Mind, Acquire, Search, Trigger, Exhibit, and Review), and is enhanced by the latest findings on the value of emotion and memory on the process of learning.

Combined with motivational stories of success applying these principles, and putting forth a clear vision of how the United States can dramatically improve the education system to remain competitive in the next century, Accelerated Learning into the 21st Century is a dynamic tool for self-improvement by individuals as diverse as schoolchildren and corporate executives

 
 
Teach your learners to work smarter, not harder!

The Accelerated Learning Fieldbook gives you the tools you need to ensure that maximum learning and maximum retention are taking place in your training sessions, sales sessions, and classrooms.

You'll learn how to:

  • Improve your communication skills
  • Identify the best way individual learners learn
  • Rethink your personal beliefs that block learning
  • Use music to create focused learning environments
  • Measure the effectiveness of a learning session . . . and more!

    No other accelerated learning resource will offer you as many up-to-date tips, techniques, processes, and theories. Everything you need to create a learning organization--including a music CD to learn by--is between these covers. Enhance learning, foster a quicker grasp of the concepts you present, and ensure greater overall retention of your material with this complete, practical, and comprehensive fieldbook

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      How to Learn Anything Quickly: An Accelerated Program for Rapid Learning

    This is the book we should all have been exposed to early in our school years. It would have made our respective remainder of our academic career much more successful and fun.
    The two tests within the book are excellent and accurate. It measures you on two axis, the first one whether you are quantitative oriented (left brain), or more creative/artistic oriented (right brain). The other axis measures what is your main informational sensory channel (visual, audio, kinesthetic). By combining the results of the two tests, you will know what is the best way for you to absorb information and learn new stuff.

    I have read tons of books on this subject. This is the clearest
     

      Accelerated Learning in Practice Accelerated Learning in Practice

    Brain-Based Methods for Accelerating Motivation and Achievembrain-Based Methods for (Accelerated Learning) by Alistair Smith

      Accelerated Learning for Adults

    The Promise and Practice of Intensive Educational Formats : New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education (J-B AC ... Adult & Continuing Education)

      Mozart for Accelerated Learning

    Significant evidence has shown that particular types of music can improve our ability to learn. Baroque music is particularly conducive as it helps us to attain a state of relaxed alertness, known as the "alpha state", which is so beneficial to effective study. While in the alpha state, a person is able to learn in a stress-free, high-energy environment. When classical music of around 60 beats per minute is arranged and performed on a synthesiser, the results are even more effective. Crown House Publishing has exclusively commissioned ex-Fulbright scholar and Master of Music, Roland Roberts, to arrange two hours of Mozart's most suitable pieces of 'Passive Music' specifically for the purpose of accelerating your learning. Specially arranged, these CDs/audiotapes are newly recorded productions. As background music when studying, they will help to accelerate the pace of learning effortlessly

      Music for Accelerated Learning

    Am I the only one, or does all of Steve Halpern's music sound the same? Of course, he would say that my unconscious mind is interpreting this stuff differently. I'm not a "play it backwards" person, but due to a tape player malfunction the darn think played backward and you know what? It sounded the same. Now think what that would do to your subconscious mind!
    His music is soothing and great for background (either forwards or backwards). Better than elevator music for waiting rooms.
     

       

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