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History of Applied Learning Techniques International:

In January 2003 Lord McNair and a team of educators delivered a training programme in Sudan at the invitation of the country’s Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. The team, working on behalf of Applied Scholastics International, introduced L. Ron Hubbard's Modern Methods of Teaching and Learning (known as Study Technology) to some of the country’s leading academics and educators.

The secular, humanitarian purpose of this project was to demonstrate how these methods could rapidly assist the university sector to build capacity for sustainable academic and economic development and overcome the knowledge gap and the educational infrastructure problems experienced by Sudan in common with many other less well developed countries.

The project lasted 2 weeks and was regarded as highly successful by the participants, twenty nine university lecturers. The end result of the project was that all participants acquired new skills and increased their confidence as teachers. They learned how to teach their students to learn.

No matter how large the city or how small the village, or how few or how many resources, or how little finance available, these techniques require only books and a well-trained, enthusiastic teacher because they are the basic principles and laws of learning.

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