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Suggestology is the study of the power of suggestion which can be verbal, non-verbal, conscious or unconscious.
Suggestopedia is the study of these suggestive factors in a learning situation.
Lozanov maintains that a sugestopedic teacher spends most of the time de-suggesting the students, i.e. freeing them from any non-facilitating influences from their past.
From birth on we are influenced by parents, friends, teachers, society, the media, the weather, the food we eat and the political environment in which we live.
Aspects of the environment-physical environment, physical involvement, surroundings, atmosphere, and resources-play key roles in learning
ACCELERATED LEARNING METHOD
Engaging participants physically heightens the experience and cements learning into muscle memory.
ACCELERATED LEARNING METHOD
Students learn my adding motions and sounds to important concepts.
ACCELERATED LEARNING METHOD
Students set their physiology to maintain an optimal learning state.
ACCELERATED LEARNING METHOD
Frequent breaks and state changes keep learners alert and engaged.
ACCELERATED LEARNING METHOD
Every attention to detail needs to be made to orchestrate the learning outcomes. This includes the use of plants, affirmative signs, flexible seating arrangements that allow for physical movement, music, lighting, temperature and ventilation. High quality handouts are also important.
ACCELERATED LEARNING METHOD
Approximately 30-40 percent of students learn best visually. We write instructions, key ideas and mind-maps on flip-charts and hang those with key ideas on walls around the room.
ACCELERATED LEARNING METHOD
Music in the classroom has a powerful effect on the learning environment. Baroque music with its 60-80 beats per minute, melodic chord structures and instrumentation assists the body to access an alert yet relaxed state.
ACCELERATED LEARNING METHOD
Baroque mixed with classical music adds a variety in beat, rhythm and dynamics.
ACCELERATED LEARNING METHOD
From birth on we are influenced by parents, friends, teachers, society, the media, the weather, the food we eat and the political environment in which we live.
Accelerated Learning Model
To signal students to return from break set a tradition by playing a particular upbeat selection.
Accelerated Learning Model
Begin by building rapport and group safely through activities and interactions. It is important to set examples by being open, honest, candid, giving and safe to be around.
Accelerated Learning Model
"Small" behaviors make a BIG difference.
Accelerated Learning Model
Traditions can be a particular way of opening and closing class, such as beginning with a question, a particular way of clapping a way of acknowledging a person or a way of taking stretch breaks.
Accelerated Learning Model
Accelerated Learning is multi-faceted and can be described in many ways.
Accelerated Learning Model
Learning should be characterized by the presence of joy and the absence of tension.
Accelerated Learning Model
As humans we operate with conscious and para-conscious levels.
Accelerated Learning Model
Suggestion is the means to use the normally unused reserves of the mind for increased learning.
Accelerated Learning Model
Memory Maximized
exaggerated
moving
absurd
colored
vulgar or sensual
pure
multi-modal
Accelerated Learning Model
Visual Learners
First to page
color coordinated with dress
tidy
copy-cats
find typo's and mention them
notice everything with their eyes
not adept at oral memory
not proficient at phonics
usually don't read directions
Accelerated Learning Model
Visual strategies
highlight or underline
trace
do puzzles
find patterns
use flash cards
use color
Accelerated Learning Model
Visual strategies
highlight or underline
trace
do puzzles
find patterns
use flash cards
use color
Accelerated Learning Model
Visual strategies
highlight or underline
trace
do puzzles
find patterns
use flash cards
use color
Accelerated Learning Model
Visual strategies
highlight or underline
trace
do puzzles
find patterns
use flash cards
use color
Accelerated Learning Model
Auditory learners
Repeat what is said
Auditory copy-cats
Tell Jokes
Like music, especially upbeat
Love the sound of their own voice
Loud and Noisy
Hate paper and pencil tasks
Blurt out in class or conversation
Learn best by hearing
Accelerated Learning Model
Auditory strategies
Use direct instruction
use audio tapes
ask questions first
have them repeat aloud
give opportunity to speak aloud
integrate curriculum
use dialogues and monologues
Accelerated Learning Model
Kinesthetic learners
physical
doodle
muscle memory very strong
great balance
stand close
usually something in hands
tactile clothing that feels good
love projects
cling
Accelerated Learning Model
Kinesthetic strategies
projects
art
drama
act out
whole body experiences
pantomime
Accelerated Learning Model
The accelerated learning model created by Bulgarian psychiatrist Georgi Lazonov was originally called suggestodedia or suggestology.
Accelerated Learning Model
The results of Georgi Lazanov's technique were impressive: It enhanced the activity in the brain's right hemisphere, thereby dramatically increasing the amount of material that could be covered in a given time: boosted learning efficiency and increased information retention significantly over time.
Accelerated Learning Model
Barrier to accelerated learning
Moral-ethical barrier- Cultural and social patterns and beliefs that make the new knowledge unacceptable to the learner.
Accelerated Learning Model
Barrier to accelerated learning
Rational-logical barrier
Information perceived as illogical and unacceptable to the learners' way of viewing the world.
Accelerated Learning Model
Intuitive-emotional barrier
Information or simply the instructor's way of presenting that triggers a negative response to the learner
Accelerated Learning Model
Overcome learning barriers
Psychologically
Organize the material in a ways that are acceptable emotionally and logically to the learners.
Accelerated Learning Model
Overcome learning barriers
Present the same material through multiple information channels (audio, visual, somatic, emotional) to increase the probability of acceptance and retention.
Accelerated Learning Model
Overcoming learning barriers
Artistically
Use pleasing visual displays and certain sorts of musical accompaniment to help lower or limit the impact of the barrier.
Accelerated Learning Model
Core principle:
The most effective learning takes place when the conscious and subconscious mind are unified.
Accelerated Learning Model
Learning Principle:
People learning best when they are relaxed and enjoying themselves.
Accelerated Learning Model
Learning principle:
The "suggestive part" of the method works by tapping mental reserves that are present in everyone but hiding behind the barriers.
Accelerated Learning Model
Student "State" management
Draw on curiosity, anticipation, suspense, confidence building, delight and exploration to ready students for learning.
Accelerated Learning Model
Total immersion environment
Create teaching "themes" appealing to all the senses and use music, stories and suggestive decor to immerse the student in the subject matter.
Accelerated Learning Model
Mindset management
Address student's learning barriers and metal reservations about the training at the outset of the experience.
Accelerated Learning Model
Planned format variety
Use memory "keys" such as music, humor, rhyme, color and so forth to make the learning amendable to a variety of learning styles and intelligences.
Accelerated Learning Model
Participant centered activities
Involve learners in decision-making about course direction, methods, schedules and so on.
Accelerated Learning Model
Use suggestion:
Manage success and failure cues in the physical environment by subtly-semiconsciously-suggesting positive outcomes and dispelling fear of failure.
Accelerated Learning Model
Emotional engagement
Add affective elements to the instruction such as calls to action and celebration to cement the learning.
Accelerated Learning Model
The human brain can be helped to perceive more effectively to process, assimilate and integrate new information with existing knowledge.
Accelerated Learning Model
The adult learner's brain is subject to the same needs as that of a child. Learning should be childlike but not childish.
Accelerated Learning Model
Learning should be fun because it is a natural and intrinsically rewarding activity.
Accelerated Learning Model
Factors that may facilitate or detract from the learning environment include: lighting, temperature, acoustics, seating arrangement, color and decor. Visual aids also enhance learning.
Accelerated learning model
Music facilitates learning by creating emotional engagement and memorability. Music cues can provide a kind of acoustic separation from group activities and can influence pace, tone and energy level.
Accelerated learning model
Music facilitates learning by creating emotional engagement and memorability. Music cues can provide a kind of acoustic separation from group activities and can influence pace, tone and energy level.
Accelerated learning model
Music facilitates learning by creating emotional engagement and memorability. Music cues can provide a kind of acoustic separation from group activities and can influence pace, tone and energy level.
Accelerated learning model
Music facilitates learning by creating emotional engagement and memorability. Music cues can provide a kind of acoustic separation from group activities and can influence pace, tone and energy level.
Accelerated learning model
Imaginative games and activities enrich verbal and written information with physical movement, color, depth and positive emotions for learners of all ages.
Accelerated learning model
A trainer's attitude, body language, choice of words and expectations about the participants are continuously communicated.
Accelerated learning model
Subtle suggestions exert a powerful effect on trainees' attitudes and learning. Other students and overall classroom environment are also influential.
Accelerated learning model
Creating a positive mental state, facilitated by a right variety of learning tasks, music, movement and excersize, keeps energy levels up and attention focused.
Accelerated learning model
Music, poetry, pictures and literature are used to cultivate self-understanding, emotional involvement and the ability to apply knowledge to real life.
Accelerated Learning Model
The theory of "multiple intelligences" which is reflected in individual learning styles, is widely accepted in accelerated learning circles.
Accelerated Learning Model
Students' learning skills are said to vary as much as their fingerprints. Thus, a wide array of learning experiences must be provided to permit all learners to be successful.
Accelerated Learning Model
Emotions exert a powerful influence on learning. Teaching and learning processes must be "brain compatible." That's why it's so important to create a low stress, fun-filled learning environment.
Accelerated Learning Model
Learning outcomes must be clearly identified to all stakeholders. Learners must comprehend the relevance of the learning to their lives.
Accelerated Learning Model