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Quick reference on Accelerated Learning
Quick reference on Accelerated Learning
Quick reference on Accelerated Learning
Quick reference on Accelerated Learning
Quick reference on Accelerated Learning
Quick reference on Accelerated Learning
Quick reference on Accelerated Learning
Quick reference on Accelerated Learning
Quick reference on Accelerated Learning
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Quick reference on Accelerated Learning

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The presentation provides essential information on the accelerated learning approach to training and development. Components in A.I. are classified under three major categories for easy recall

The presentation provides essential information on the accelerated learning approach to training and development. Components in A.I. are classified under three major categories for easy recall

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  • 1. ACCELERATED LEARNING ESSENTIALS OF THE A.L. APPROACH 1
  • 2. WHAT IS ACCELERATED LEARNING ? an intensive way of educating children and adults which enables material to be learnt in a relatively short time, with a focus not on what should be taught but how a person learns “ ”o A.L. is more of a learning philosophy or approach than a rigid set of tools and methodologies. Hence, there are varied definitions of A.L. available in Literature. o The commonality in the definitions include A.L.’s focus on brain research to understand the learner, and on a logic-driven creative approach to drive learning results. 2
  • 3. TRACING A.L.’S ORIGINS o Earliest mentions of A.L. trace back to Bulgarian Psychiatrist Lozanov, who in 1968, used Baroque music and positive suggestions to successfully rehabilitate his psychiatric patients. He called this technique suggestopedia. He believed he found a way to tap into something in the psyche deeper than rational consciousness. o Lozanov, sponsored by the Bulgarian government researched the effects of music and positive suggestions in learning foreign languages and found that learners learnt significantly faster with greater effectiveness. In 1970s other educators applied this approach in high school and university teaching with positive results. o In 1980, Center for Accelerated Learning was founded that promotes Accelerated learning for Corporate training. 3
  • 4. A.L. KEY CONCEPTS CONDUCIVE ENVIRONMENT GUIDED DISCOVERY REINFORCEMENT & PRACTISE A Learning environment with access to tools and frameworks aimed at facilitating learning A Learning program design that allows the learners to create learning and not just consume it A Learning Support system with opportunities to practice and reinforce concepts learnt 4
  • 5. CONDUCIVE ENVIRONMENT1 Where the mind is prepared to learn Borrowing from the field of psychology and Behavioral Economics, design of spaces and atmosphere that keeps Associates open to learning Where the brain is at its best Concepts from Neuroscience and Educational research, that keep the brain active and most prepared to create learning Where learning happens best Research from Instructional Systems Design and Adult Education, providing tools and frameworks that act as catalysts to the accelerated learning experience 5 An Accelerated Learning environment or A.L.E is one not just designed to facilitate A.L., it plays a crucial role in making the A.L. program effective, because of the following characteristics
  • 6. GUIDED DISCOVERY2 Learning Coaches or Guides Learning Coaches or Guides observe learners as they try creating the learning content, and provide just-in-time feedback to keep the learner in track Opportunity to Fail fast A.L. programs provide opportunities to fail fast so Associates learn faster, with the guidance of their coach Observing Learning patterns Learning coaches can help Associates observe patterns in their self discovery to help them understand and improve their learning methodologies 6 Guided discovery is that component differentiating accelerated learning from a trial-and-error based self-learning. It promotes learning by doing and expedites learning creation.
  • 7. REINFORCEMENT & PRACTISE3 Performance Labs Labs that provide learners with the tools and simulated real-time environment to apply and practice concepts learnt Collaboration in Learning A.L. programs focus on collaboration, based on research studies that suggest that learning happen best in a collaborative and not a competitive atmosphere Reinforcement techniques A.L. programs incorporate set of scientifically tested techniques that help reinforce concepts learnt 7 After learning, participants in an accelerated learning program will have opportunities to practice that learning in real time scenarios, to further clarify understanding and to reinforce what was learnt.
  • 8. A.L. KEY CONCEPTS:SYNOPSIS CONDUCIVE ENVIRONMENT GUIDED DISCOVERY REINFORCEMENT & PRACTISE Where the mind is prepared to learn Where the brain is at its best Where learning happens best Learning Guide or Coach Opportunities to fail fast Observing Learning Patterns 8 Performance Labs Collaboration in Learning Reinforcement Techniques
  • 9. ACCELERATED LEARNING END OF DOCUMENT 9

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