How to Learn – How to Teach:
Overcoming the Seven Barriers
Your book “How to Learn – How to Teach” is simply exceptional.
I have read it once through and found it extremely inspiring, especially the section on appreciation. The book’s superb concept, flowing literacy and illuminating examples have significant positive impact. It is definitely an eye-opener for anyone fortunate enough to study it. I will definitely read it several times more as you recommend.
Our educators and trainers desperately need this material to enlighten dull classrooms and make teaching fun and rewarding again. Our children, their parents, students, graduates, employees and employers all need the vital data in your book to realize and fully reach their true potential.
YMCA Board Member, South East Branch, Rochester NY
I think the book is great for home schooling parents, but I see it as a great resource for professional development for teachers. It is great. The concepts and exercises are wonderful, thought-provoking and truly relevant.
Principals Recruitment and HR Generalist, Edison Schools, Inc.
A former Teacher, School Principal, Assistant Superintendent, and Director of Human Resources for Southern Westchester Board of Cooperative Education Services
From a Home-Schooling Mom
WOW! What a wonderful manual! I’m what you describe in the book as the dyslexic type. The book was quite validating for me. I do simply have a different way of learning. I’m sure I’ll get tremendous amounts out of this manual. The material is all there. Thank you for taking the time to do it right . . . and the wonderful stories.
Karla, home schooling country Mom
How to Learn – How to Teach is an eye-opener. I had a big AHA! moment looking at the definition of success, and a physical reaction. It’s amazing how many words I have skimmed by thinking—yeah, yeah, yeah, I can figure that out. Not a good strategy, I now see.
Marlaina Gayle, Columnist, The Province Newspaper & Contributor to CBC Newsworld/BCTV News Hour, Vancouver, Former Press Secretary and Media Liaison for the Loyal Opposition, Government of British Columbia, Canada.
The materials in this book are an amazing revelation.
When I did my first exercise from How to Learn – How to Teach, I experienced the astounding effect of the Barriers to Comprehension. It created a profound awareness in me of just how damaging these barriers can be. How to Learn – How to Teach definitely contains the answers on how to learn; and also the key to personal productivity and success in life.