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APPLIED SCHOLASTICS and the APPLIED SCHOLASTICS open book design are trademarks and service marks owned by Association for Better Living and Education International and are used with its permission. Grateful acknowledgment is made to L. Ron Hubbard Library for permission to reproduce selections from the copyrighted works of L. Ron Hubbard.
Raise’a’Child is licensed to use Applied Scholastics™ educational services.
Applied Scholastics International is a non-profit, tax exempt, educational public benefit organization established in 1972 by educators from colleges, universities, and both public and private schools. Applied Scholastics is responsible for supervising and coordinating the use, promotion and dissemination of the educational philosophy and study methods developed by L. Ron Hubbard in public and private schools and virtually any educational setting throughout the world.
The mission of Applied Scholastics is to provide effective education services and materials, based on the works of L. Ron Hubbard, that help people learn how to learn and thereby work effectively to achieve their goals and realize their full potential.
In countries throughout the world, from inner cities in Europe and America to the townships of South Africa, Applied Scholastics is helping both children and adults learn how to learn, utilizing the Study Technology methods that have proven to be effective at all levels of educational development.
A series of books published by Applied Scholastics International is designed to present Study Technology and other educational material developed by L. Ron Hubbard in a form that is readily useable by both educators and students of all ages.
For more information on Applied Scholastics please visit their website: www.AppliedScholastics.org
L. Ron Hubbard
Educator and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard began his research into the field of study and education in the 1920’s, in Guam, noticing what worked and what didn’t. While assisting students in an exacting training programme in the 1960s, he did extensive research and became aware of the absence of any systematic research and methodology on the subject of study itself. He accelerated and concluded his own investigation into how people learn and the difficulties they encounter in the process, eventually identifying the primary reasons people have any difficulty studying or learning.
From these discoveries, he went on to develop
- methods a student can use to effectively study any subject for real understanding
- methods a teacher can employ to effectively teach any subject for real understanding
- ways to avoid the primary causes of study difficulties
- exactly how to identify and resolve study trouble when it does occur.
This organised body of study methods became known as Study Technology, the first subject which actually teaches one how to learn.
Consider what you, the reader, would be like if you understood all the subjects you had studied and could use all the information – maths, grammar, music, photography, physics, and so on. Or, at the very least, were completely confident that you could pick up and study any subject and be able to apply that knowledge straight away.
In an article written in 1950, Mr. Hubbard said:
“An educational program[me] which begins with the child’s parents, progresses through kindergarten and grade school, through high school and into college and preserves at every step the individuality, the native ambitions, intelligence, abilities and dynamics of the individual, is the best bastion against not only mediocrity but against any and all enemies of mankind.”
RaiseAChild owes a debt of gratitude to Mr. Hubbard, whose extensive writings on education have guided our work in education and provide fundamental guidelines and policy for the schools in their approach to teaching, learning and administration.