Learn how to study with interest, understand and have enough certainty to apply the data! Just reading this book and knowing what to do when you get into trouble study is very useful. This books is full of drawings to help you understand.
See example below. The more you apply these study methods the better you will do. As you try it you will see that it works. Then if you apply it more you will become a better student. Here are examples:
This father was worried his son might not graduate high school. His son had been put in a special school for students failing high school. The principal told the father that his son would be lucky if he graduated six months late. The father got the Learning How to Learn book for his son. He had his son read Learning How to Learn three times. The son gets out of the special school and enrolls in adult night school and graduates 1 month late. He also gets a job on his own. The father says, "My son has totally changed. I can not put in words what this means to me!"
"My two daughters were both struggling in mathematics. After studying the book, Learning How to Learn, my 7th grader is not only improved by 70%, she is now two grade levels ahead! My 3rd grader is now caught up with the class and will not have to worry about redoing the same grade level over once again next year."
A elementary version of this book is available! (same data just different pictures and examples)
You and others can study with more understanding. This book teaches the reader what to do when he or she gets into trouble studying!
For example if you attention wonders or you can not remember what you have just read. What do you do? Do not just read the material over and over again? No, You find a word or symbol that was not fully understood. This book covers how to find the words not fully understood (not always so easy to spot, for example you may know four meanings of a word but the author used the fifth) and look them up so so you feel good about what you are reading, stay interested and UNDERSTAND so you can use the data in your life! This is one of several barriers to understanding covered in this book.
Perhaps, you feel understanding words could not possibly be that important. Read something you have found difficult to understand in the past. DO THIS RIGHT NOW! When your attention starts to wander, or you start to loose interest then look earlier for a word you did not fully understand. If you look hard enough you will find one!
Is it worth the trouble to look up words? click here to read this inspiring story.
Remember, this is a picture book that was written to be easy to understand. However, if you feel you need more than just a book we have a list of schools and tutors.
If you know someone who could be a better student, buy the book and get them to read it. To the degree they they apply these study methods they will be a better student. If they apply the data at all you will be amazed at the results. Here are some more examples:
One teacher in Texas lectured from the original version of this book for the first six weeks of the school year. His students showed very significant improvements on the standardized test and outperformed their peers by a wide margin. For more details click here.
Corporations use this data to design their courses. You can also use it in your training programs!
"Learning How to Learn is the most important book a child could read. I state that from great experience. I'm a math tutor but I include study skills in my tutoring because they are so life changing. We read this book together and it greatly increases their abilities. It has pictures on most pages to increase fun and understanding.
I know the study methods in this book work. After two semesters of college I gave up and left school - Calculus had crushed me. I lost my confidence, my future, myself. Then I found these study methods and decided to give school another try. I went back and for the first time in my life I was a straight A student and truly understood what I was studying. This continued through graduation. I tutored math through college and I am a math tutor today. This would not have happened without these study methods and it is vital that all students learn them."
Mary Lewis is a math tutor in Southern California. She consistently turns failing math students into winning math students, who now understand math and get As and Bs.
"The joy that I get to see in a student's face as it lights up because he has just understood something in his studies that he has had a confusion on his whole life is a joy I wish other teachers could experience, and the rewards of hearing from students that clearing up the meanings of words is the only way to learn are uplifting and are just some of the the benefits fo using the book Learning How to Learn". Mark McQuade, Prinicipal Greenfields School, Oxford University Alumnus
Help your children or students with this valuable data! The book is full of pictures and drawing to make it easy to understand. Buy this book for them, get them to read and encourage them to apply it. To the degree it is applied the ability to study DOES IMPROVE! Fully applied a student studies in interest, understands and can use the data so they do well in life.
After the book is read and applied it, you will probably wish you always knew this data. You will wonder why it is not taught in schools and you will know you can learn what you ever you really want to!
Go ahead buy it. Read it and try the techniques. You will find they work! However, if you are not satisfied you can return the book for a full refund. We can make this offer because we know if you read it you will not want to return it.
If you go blank when you take tests this data will also help you.
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The book covers how to hand these and other symptoms so you can study and UNDERSTAND!
This book covers the same data as the original Learning How to Learn Book but it has been revised to communicate to teenagers and adults by changing the illustrations and examples.
- Learning How to Learn
- Why You Study
- Trouble with Study
- Barriers to Study
- The First Barrier to Study: Lack of Mass
- The Second Barrier to Study: The Skipped Gradient
- The third and Most Important Barrier to Study: The Misunderstood Word
- Learning the Meanings of Words
- More About Learning New Words
- The Eight Steps for Learning the Meaning of a Word
- Demonstration and Learning
- Clay Demonstration
- How to Do a Clay Demo
©2006 L. Ron Hubbard Library. All rights reserved.