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Accelerated learning research


I am reading up on accelerated learning. Many of the sources I am reading make bold claims such as, "Research has shown that using accelerated learning techniques in learning events can increase both the speed of information transfer and the amount of information learners retain by up to 300%". However I have yet to locate any of this fabled research...

Does anyone have any references that provide hard facts/figures that demonstrate the benefits of accelerated learning? 



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  1. Research on AL

    AL has it’s roots within the research of the Bulgarian educator, Georgi Lozanov. His work at the Univeristy of Sophia in the late 1960’s and 1970’s demonstrated that learning could be improved by between 3 and 10 times during traing given the ‘right’ level of input. He worked predominantly with language training, where he compared his methods with ‘traditional’ learnng methods. He found that he gained an average improvement of up to 400%.


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