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A.L.L.I.E.D: Accelerated Learning Lessons In Education Development | Srisesha | Book Review

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Notion Press; 1st edition (5 August 2021)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 156 pages

Book Review

Pandemic brought the world to a standstill. While the governments imposed a lockdown to avert the disaster, it left the general populace anxious and baffled.

Could online teaching take education to the people who barely have enough to keep their body and soul together?

Since the onset of the global pandemic, unemployment rose from 8.4% to 23% and nearly 370 million students left the schools.

This makes a strong case for the development of a new teaching methodology. Allied by Srisesha introduces us to the new, expert, and accelerated methodology of learning. This book explains several stages of learning and presents a few models to learn effectively.

Divided into 5 parts, Allied delves into the very problem of inaccessible education, especially in the covid times. It further illustrates through data and graphs how the states can go about accelerating the learning process of students so that they don’t miss out on things.

The author is a Teach for India alumnus and has been extensively active in the area of education. His experience and insights reflect the structure and valuable information presented in the book. Allied not just focuses on how the structure of the brain impacts our thinking, it also sheds light on methodology to speed up learning and retain knowledge.

The language is lucid and comprehensible enough for the flow of complex data in the book. Yes, there are technical terms that might not sit well with readers. However, if the very idea of an accelerated learning process excites you, you should give it a read.

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