Penetrating learning barriers and the art of suggestion

Lynn Dhority

Abstract


A crucial factor preventing students from tapping their full learning potential is their mind
set, consisting of subconscious conditioned beliefs, attitudes and self-images. Teachers
can learn to work consciously and purposefully to evoke positive responses at the
subconscious level in their students, thereby allowing fuller learning potential to unfold.
Several specific examples and strategies are discussed.
'n Beslissende faktor wat verhoed dat studente hulle volle leerpotensiaal benut, is gelee in
'n geestesgesteldheid wat bestaan uit gekondisioneerde gelowe, houdings en selfbeelde in
die onderbewuste. Dosente kan leer om bewustelik en doelgerig positiewe reaksies in die
onderbewuste van hulle studente op te roep om sodoende 'n groter leerpotensiaal te laat
ontvou. Verskeie voorbeelde en strategiee word bespreek.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5785/1-2-500

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