A methodological review of studies of SALT (Suggestive-accelerative learning and teaching) techniques
AbstractSuggestopedia and SALT techniques are being applied in the adult education, business training and consulting spheres. However, a review of the relevant literature reveals doubtful support. Evaluative studies are often methodologically flawed, and the results are often inconsistent. Overall, the results do not justify the claims made about the systems. However, factors such as subject anxiety and duration of the study may explain some inconsistencies.
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