The Learning Revolution - Table of Contents Part 2

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.5 How to think for great ideas (Read Chapter) 183
    New program to teach yourself and students creative thinking
    An idea defined: a new combination of old elements 185
     1. Define your problem 187
     2. Define your ideal solution and visualize it 189
     3. Gather all the facts 191
     4. Break the pattern 191
     5. Go outside your own field 193
     6. Try various combinations 193
     7. Use all your senses 193
     8. Switch off - let it simmer 195
     9. Use music or nature to relax 195
    10. Sleep on it 195
    11. Eureka! It pops out 197
    12. Recheck it 197
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.6 Right from the start (Read Chapter) 213
    A sensible guide for producing better, brighter babies
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.7 The vital years (Read Chapter) 227
    How to enrich your child's intelligence from birth to ten
     1. The vital importance of step-by-step movement 239
     2. Use your common sense 241
     3. Build on the five senses 243
     4. Use the whole world as your classroom 245
     5. The great art of communication 245
     6. Parents as first teachers 251
     7. Parents in preschool centers 257
     8. Continue the same fun-filled approach at school 267
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.8 The secret heart of learning (Read Chapter) 269
    How to program for success in education and in business
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.9 True learning: the fun-fast way (Read Chapter) 297
    New-century guideposts for tomorrow's teachers, trainers
     1 . The best learning "state" 301
     2. The keys to good presentation 313
     3. Thinking about it, and deep memory storage 321
     4. Activate to draw out the learning 321
     5. Apply it 325
     6. Review, evaluate and celebrate 325
    Putting it all together 327
    The Simon Guggenheim school experiment 327
    Fluent French in eight weeks 331
    The army learns a foreign language in record time 333
    An accelerated integrative learning teacher 335
    What's held up the big breakthroughs? 339
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