Accelerated Learning in the Classroom

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Network Educational Press, 1996 - Education - 112 pages
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The first book to apply new understanding about the role of the brain in learning in a classroom setting, this bookclearly outlines what all teachers should know about how children learn. It includes advice on how to create the ideal environment for learning, and ow to help learners fulfill their potential.

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About the author (1996)

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.

Nicola Call started her teaching career in Inner London, rising rapidly to become Deputy Head of three primary schools. Nicola now lives in California where she combines writing with research into Accelerated Learning work in schools.

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