WELCOME to the magical world of

Close your eyes and imagine the following scene:

See yourself standing in front of the classroom. You are full of self-confidence and there is a glow of positive natural authority surrounding you. You feel good. About yourself. About teaching. And about your students. An atmosphere of trust, of productivity and of joy in learning fills the room.

As you stand there, glance to the right. Yes! It's there. Right there on the shelf: Your brain-friendly teaching tool-box. You smile and your confidence is even greater because you know that in this box you have all of the non-verbal and verbal teaching techniques you need to get - and to keep! - your students' attention during the lesson. Everything you need to manage the classroom calmly, with fewer words. So that you can save your voice for what you became a teacher to do -- to teach!

Today you are going to teach the lesson - maybe math, physics, a foreign language, communication techniques or some technical subject - with Suggestopedia. Music is playing in the background while you dramatically read a dialogue which contains all of the new material. Your students are fascinated! It's like going to the theatre!

Now you ask your students to close their eyes and relax. Classical music is playing softly in the background as you repeat the new material. Wonderful! The new material has been stored in the brain. Three to five times faster than with traditional teaching techniques.

It's all there - passively. The next step is to activate the material in the following lessons: with the creative, interactive and communicative activities in your toolbox. You carefully select activities which encourage teamwork and stimulate all of the senses. You are an expert at appealing to all learning styles and therefore the individual needs of each and every student in your classroom are met. Their creativity, social behavior and sense of well-being is enhanced. There is laughter and at the same time they are working hard. Learning is joyous.

Another lesson has finished. Your students enjoyed it. You did too. And you are all looking forward to the next lesson!

You gently close the lid of your teaching tool-box, with a feeling of gratitude. Yes. Learning can be efficient, enjoyable, creative and rewarding. It's fun to learn. And it's fun to teach!

Utopia? Luckily it is reality!
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