Definition of accelerated learning in English:

accelerated learning

Line breaks: ac¦cel¦er|ated learn|ing

noun

[mass noun]
  • 1An intensive method of study which enables material to be learnt in a relatively short time.
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    • My purpose was to learn the Chinese language and culture, so some friends directed me to these accelerated learning materials, which I used to master the Chinese language in six months.
    • With the accelerated learning method, you then can learn at a much faster pace, instead of being bound by the way your teacher teaches or the resources he uses.
    • An important aspect of accelerated learning methods is regularly to review new knowledge during the learning process.
  • 2A programme of learning which allows academically able children to progress through school more rapidly than others.
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    • USAID's Afghanistan Primary Education Program focuses on teacher training, accelerated learning programs for students, and textbook printing and distribution.
    • Are you one of the geniuses in that accelerated learning program?
    • Across 17 provinces the program has trained 6800 teachers, of which 40% are women, for this accelerated learning program.

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