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Introduction to

Accelerated Learning (AL)


Engr. Robin C. Rubina
Quality, Environment, Safety
and Health (QESH) Practitioner
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Communication Methods
What you say tells only part of the story.
How do you retain information?
! What you hear 20%
! What you see 22%
! What you hear and see 42%
! What you hear, see and do 80%
*Paradigms & Paradoxes Consultants, Philippines
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Impact of Training &
Development
! People remember only 20% of what they
hear
! Within 30 days, employees forget 80% of
what theyve learned (if there is no coaching
or follow-up or no opportunity for skill
practice)
! Employees will retain only 4% of what they
learn
*Training Oasis Inc, Toronto, Canada
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Accelerated Learning
Creating the right environment and state
ensures all senses are stimulated thereby
more effectively ensuring learning is
committed to memory in a way that is both
creative and enjoyable. Accelerated Learning
is a series of techniques that enhance the
learning process ...
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Look at the following slides shout
out the COLOUR not the WORD
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YELLOW
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BLUE
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ORANGE
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BLACK
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RED
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GREEN
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PURPLE
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YELLOW
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RED
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ORANGE
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GREEN
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BLACK
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BLUE
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RED
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PURPLE
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GREEN
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BLUE
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ORANGE
LEFT RIGHT CONFLICT
Your right side of brain tries to say the colour but your left
brain insists on reading the word!
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Theory of Multiple Intelligence
! Linguistic
! Logical Mathematical
! Visual Spatial
! Musical
! Bodily - Kinesthetic
! Interpersonal
! Intrapersonal
! Naturalist
! Philosophical
*Howard Gardner, Professor of Education - Harvard University
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Theory of Multiple Intelligence
! Linguistic Intelligence
Ability to read, write and communicate with
words
Authors, journalists, poets, orators and
comedians
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Theory of Multiple Intelligence
! Logical Mathematical Intelligence
Ability to reason and calculate, to think things
through in a logical, systematic manner
Engineers, scientists, accountants,
economists
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Theory of Multiple Intelligence
! Visual-Spatial Intelligence
Ability to think in pictures, visualize a future
result
Architects, sculptors, photographers and
strategic planners
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Theory of Multiple Intelligence
! Musical Intelligence
Ability to make or compose music, to sing well,
or understand and appreciate music
Musicians, composers, and recording
engineers
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Theory of Multiple Intelligence
! Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence
Ability to use your body skillfully to solve
problems, create products or present ideas
and emotions
Surgeons, athletes, dancers
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Theory of Multiple Intelligence
! Interpersonal (Social) Intelligence
Ability to work effectively with others, and to
relate to other people
Teachers, facilitators, therapists, politicians,
religious leaders, sales people
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Theory of Multiple Intelligence
! Intrapersonal Intelligence
Ability for self-analysis and reflection, to make
plans and set goals
Philosophers, counselors, peak performers
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Theory of Multiple Intelligence
! Naturalist Intelligence
Ability to recognize flora and fauna, to make
other consequential distinctions in the natural
world and to use this ability productively
Farmers, botanists, biologists,
conservationists, environmentalists
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Theory of Multiple Intelligence
! Philosophical Intelligence
Ability to distinguished moral and ethical sides
of the issue
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THANK YOU
FOR
LISTENING!
ENGR. ROBIN C. RUBINA
Lead Auditor/Assessor on QESH
System and Business Excellence
robinrubina@yahoo.com
4342743/9294834 (telefax)
09175051304