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.10 Do it in style (Read Chapter) 341
    How to find your own learning style and use your many intelligences
    Determining your learning style 347
    How you take in information 349
    How you organize and process information 351
    The conditions that affect your learning ability 351
    Physical and biological needs that affect learning 353
    How to determine students' preferred learning styles 353
    Your unique working style 355
    Four types of thinking style 357
    Test your own thinking style 358
    The implications for schools and individuals 361
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.11 Catching up quick at school (Read Chapter) 367
    The world's greatest catch-up programs - and why they work
    Two key principles: the mind-body connection and the mind-brain connection 369
    Specialized kinesiology 371
    Doman-Paimer-Niklasson-Hartigan models 375
    The ball/stick/bird method 375
    Catching up at spelling 377
    Back writing for mirror-writing problems 379
    New Zealand breakthroughs 379
    The four-minute reading program 381
    Finger-phonics program 385
    TARP-the tape-assisted reading program 385
    Peer tutoring 387
    The "Look Listen" method 387
    New Zealand's Reading Recovery program 391
    Personal key vocabularies 393
    Beginning School Mathematics 395
    Computerized catch-ups 397
    The SEED mathematics program 397
    Three "medical-educational" programs 397
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.12 Solving the dropout dilemma (Read Chapter) 401
    How to get "high" on education and not on drugs, gangs and crime
    Using Japan's business methods to improve school 403
    Integrated studies use the world as a classroom 413
    Group study and "big picture" techniques 421
    Six-week courses build success step by step 423
    SuperCamp brings it all together 425
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.13 Planning tomorrow's schools (Read Chapter) 435
    The 12 steps to transform a nation's education system
     1. Schools as lifelong, year-round community resource centers 437
     2. Ask your customers 441
     3. Guarantee customer satisfaction 441
     4. Cater to all intelligence traits and learning styles 443
     5. Use the world's best teaching techniques 445
     6. Invest in your key resource: teachers 451
     7. Make everyone a teacher as well as a student 451
     8. Plan a four-part curriculum 451
     9. Change the assessment system 455
    10. Use tomorrow's technology 457
    11. Use the entire community as a resource 461
    12. For everyone: the right to choose 461
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.14 Tomorrow's business world (Read Chapter) 463
    Big growth opportunities for 'the learning organization"
    Electronic multimedia opportunities 463
    Accelerated learning business opportunities 471
    Selling services and training with your products 475
    The company as a learning organization 477
    The school or college as a business venture 483
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.15 Just do it!  (Read Chapter) 487
    How any country can lead the learning revolution: and so can you
    The Singapore centralized leadership model 487
    The decentralized New Zealand model 489
    The new Swedish models 491
    The certification model 493
    Corporate leadership models 495
    The give-it-away model 497
    The Internet selling model 497
    The business-teacher-multimedia model 499
    The Foundation model 501
    The international conference model 503
    The "learning organization" model 503
    The "cluster" model 505
    The Chinese "back-to-your-roots" model 507
    Invent your own model

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.Chapter reference notes 514
.Acknowledgments and thanks 526
.resources
    The Learning Revolution Library 528
    Other recommended reading 534
.Index 538
Notes: 1. Figures throughout are in U.S. dollars unless stated. 2. Billions are also in American terminology; thus one billion is 1,000 million, and a trillion is a million million. 3. Spelling is American-English.
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