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by Ricki Linksman

eBook How to Learn Anything Quickly: An Accelerated Program for Rapid Learning download ISBN: 0735101175
Author: Ricki Linksman
Publisher: Replica Books; 1 edition (February 1, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 226
ePub: 1566 kb
Fb2: 1733 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Educ
Subcategory: Studying and Workbooks

As a learning method, the book falls short. The tests lean heavily on 8 specific styles. This book is a must for anyone who wants to learn more about their own and others' learning styles

As a learning method, the book falls short. At the same time, the author acknowledges mixed or integrated styles (combinations of the 8, applied in different ways). This book is a must for anyone who wants to learn more about their own and others' learning styles. Teachers and parents often teach according to their own learning style, and this books breaks that tendency, by describing multiple learning pathways.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Reads more like an infomercial than an actual book. the opening sentence- Do you want to increase your memory and improve reading comprehension to learn any subject quickly?

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Barbara Meister Vitale author of Unicorns Are Real, A Right-Brained Approach to Learning. That’s more of an elementary school level book on education but if you got it really cheap, some of it might remind you of yourself when you were younger. Related QuestionsMore Answers Below. I want to dropout of high school and make a band.

ISBN 10: 0806517921 ISBN 13: 9780806517926. Publisher: Citadel, 1996.

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Includes bibliographical references (pages 222-224) and index. Using various tests to determine learning style and brain hemispheric preferences, a person can determine the ideal environment, materials, and instructors that will enable him to learn not only better, but also in less time and with more retention of information.

Offers techniques to improve memory and master subject matter rapidly
Comments: (5)
Zinnthi
Leaves much to be desired; doesn't fulfill what the title promises
Marelyne
This is the book we should all have been exposed to early in our school years. It would have made our respective remainder of our academic career much more successful and fun.
The two tests within the book are excellent and accurate. It measures you on two axis, the first one whether you are quantitative oriented (left brain), or more creative/artistic oriented (right brain). The other axis measures what is your main informational sensory channel (visual, audio, kinesthetic). By combining the results of the two tests, you will know what is the best way for you to absorb information and learn new stuff.
I have read tons of books on this subject. This is the clearest.
Lanadrta
On the one hand, the various learning styles were interesting. I don't think I would call them learning styles per se, but more general concepts of how one processes information, from meeting people to entering a room for the first time.

As a learning method, the book falls short. The tests lean heavily on 8 specific styles. At the same time, the author acknowledges mixed or integrated styles (combinations of the 8, applied in different ways). Yet after identifying these two styles, the author abandons them for the rest of the book, providing no guidance or suggestions at all for applying an integrated or mixed learning style. You're left on your own to figure it out, which pretty much negates the book's usefulness.

In general, it was an interesting read for the concepts and ideas. For practical application, it was disappointing.
Sharpbrew
This book is a must for anyone who wants to learn more about their own and others' learning styles. Teachers and parents often teach according to their own learning style, and this books breaks that tendency, by describing multiple learning pathways. For the reviewer who complained that the author didn't advise those with multiple modalities, I find that you can use your creativity to blend the author's techniques. (for example, if you are visual and kinesthetic, use colorful diagrams AND movement to enhance learning). I also appreciated that tactile and kinesthetic were given separate attention, since they are often lumped together in other books. Highly Recommended!
Terr
An excellent book! After the two tests (which put me strongly in the "Left-Brain, Auditory" category), the description was so close to me that it scared me. Not like one of those Astrological signs where you say: "yeah, that sounds like me AND ANOTHER MILLION PEOPLE". This one gets you squarely. And leads you to the quickest and best way to learn new stuff.