Techniques for success
We first give students an insight into how their brains work and the discoveries of Dr Howard Gardner of Harvard University, who has identified eight forms of intelligence.
People are stronger in some of these intelligences than others and that leads to a preferred learning style.
The conclusion is optimistic - each student's brain has a huge potential capacity - but to get the best out of it you need the right learning techniques.
The introduction concludes that effective learning involves six steps. We have given the acronym CHAMPS to these six steps. There are techniques to improve a student's performance at each step.
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