The Preamble to the Constitution of UNESCO declares that ‘since wars begin in the minds of men, it is in the minds of men that the defences of peace must be constructed.

The Way Forward for Our Youth

Join us in promoting the Superteaching GlobalLiving Laboratory, University of Alabama (UAH) to youth everywhere, beginning with where you are.

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Sustained Learning is one of the main results of SuperTeaching.

Sustainable Future is our hope for all peoples on the planet, especially our Youth.

With SuperTeaching and Sustained Learning, a Sustainable Future is possible for our Youth

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The United Nations defines Youth as between the ages of 15 and 24; 45 percent of the more than 6 billion people on the planet is under 24.

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The Preamble to the Constitution of UNESCO declares that ‘since wars begin in the minds of men, it is in the minds of men that the defences of peace must be constructed’.


Friday December 14, 2007
was the historic day of signature of the contract sending SuperTeaching out into the world, nestling in the arms of the Living Laboratory of the University of Alabama at Huntsville.
To show commitment and support to make ST available in all classrooms and learning centres in all countries - ONE NATION AT A TIME - a Worthy Nation Award for Education (WNAE)will be created. SuperTeaching is the vehicle which will drive improvement in learning in ST-equipped classrooms around the world.
Worthy Nation Awards for Education will be given at Worthy Nation Galas annually/ biennially, whereby 5-10 or more countries will be selected to receive the WNAE- Worthy Nation Award for Education.
Criteria for selecting countries/educational establishments will include :
  1. countries showing progress in education and fully committed to achieving the Millennium Development Goals,
  2. countries interested in seriously addressing educational challenges ( e.g.high drop-out rates, lack of relevance of educational content/curriculum, lack of motivation of teachers and students...)
  3. countries willing to address the problems/challenges faced by youth and exhibit a willingness to introduce relevant, entrepreneurial curricula
  4. countries approved to accept coaching that will be provided by the SuperTeaching International Dream Team.
  7. Click here for strategic linkages

The University of Alabama has access to world class technology in the field of education, SuperTeaching, that has been tried and tested for over 20 years in the United States of America and has shown that it affects the quality of learning and retention among students/pupils exposed to SuperTeaching (ST). SuperTeaching has won congressional approval for public education in the United States.

The ST system surrounds each teacher with a living “theater of education” while the instructor delivers the existing lesson plan paying no attention to the class room upgrade. A multiple of images are shown on the screen, including images of the students themselves, the teacher, the content, nature scenes to relax the mind and record data more deeply, using any media from power point to distant learning.

A teacher requires only ONE HOUR to master using the system due to the level of automation. The learners enjoy the teaching more, pay more attention, and retain more information making Super Teaching a break through in modernizing class room design.

ST software automates interface in all cultures countries and global village applications by faculty push of a button. Super Teaching is curriculum and language neutral representing the first standard Global Village classroom platform. Read more here

What is SuperTeaching?

SuperTeaching is a breakthrough, whole-brain, accelerated learning system, designed to automate learning performance in a classroom setting.

Each system employs three screens, controlled by patented software, that precisely manages the information presented upon the screens to elevate learner concentration and retention. Following twenty-two years of research and development, Super Teaching was recently classified as a Federally Approved new multimedia technology in the United States.

ST software automates interface in all cultures countries and global village applications by faculty push of a button. Super Teaching is curriculum and language neutral representing the first standard Global Village classroom platform. Read more here

How SuperTeaching works

Super Teaching produces an educational "pattern roll" behind live instructors, and in distance learning, using three screens. The University of Alabama at Huntsville (UAH) owns the world wide master license for the Super Teaching Living Laboratory project to upgrade class rooms in private and public educational applications.

The ST pattern produces redundant information reinforcement that elevates whole brain impression impact, in both brain hemispheres ( cortex long term storage ), assuring higher retention by all learners. The performance gains are dramatic immediate and impressive for any class room retrofitted with Super Teaching.

ST can be installed at your location using your existing hardware, when you upload your drivers via the ST Living Labratory proejct ( open source software ) in collaboration with the University of Alabama in Hunstviille. (email us for program details and pricing ).

Why SuperTeaching and Youth?

Youth contribute to the sustainable development of the planet. We do both them and the planet a disservice if we overlook their contribution and their potential to influence development efforts in their countries worldwide.

Their energies are driven by technology and as such their learning is enhanced by technology. SuperTeaching is a methodology embedded in technology, and can be the motor that drives youth participation, builds youth leadership and capabilities and enhances learning for transformation.

SuperTeaching is a natural alliance for sustainable learning and for forging sustainable futures for youth.

SuperFutures Learning Centres will be created with a range of ST technological resources for students and out-of school youth to support their learning, so that they can earn and be transformed. More than 3 billion youth await SuperFutures.

<b>EFA International Coordination</b>

    UNESCO leads the global Education for All movement, aiming to meet the learning needs of all children, youth and adults by 2015.

    The World Programme of Action for Youth: Proposals for Action on Participation
    (A/RES/50/81) call for

    a.Improving access to information in order to enable young people to make better use of their opportunities to participate in decision-making; b.DevelopIng and/or strengthening opportunities for young people to learn their rights and responsibilities, promoting their social, political, developmental and environmental participation, removing obstacles that affect their full contribution to society and respecting, inter alia, freedom of association;

    c.Encouraging and promoting youth associations through financial, educational and technical support and promotion of their activities;

    d.Taking into account the contribution of youth in designing, implementing and evaluating national policies and plans affecting their concerns;

    e.Encouraging increased national, regional and international cooperation and exchange between youth organizations;


    The participation of youth in decision making processes at all levels and spheres of society was one of the major themes addressed by the 1st World Conference of Ministers Responsible for Youth (Lisbon, 8 -12 August 1998), promoted by Portugal in co-operation with the United Nations.

    The Conference was organized to be an effective forum for global dialogue about youth-related issues and foster the international community's commitment to study concrete mechanisms of settling problems that affect the youth of the world, as well as serve as "a platform for debate on the problems experienced by young people all over the world and to formulate strategies for the future".

    In many developing countries, young men and women experience increased difficulties in their social integration because of limited opportunities for education and training, viable employment, health and social services and the complexity of problems associated to the unprecedented rates of rural-urban migration, among other factors.

    In industrialised countries, young people comprise a relatively smaller proportion of the total population because of generally lower birth rates and longer life expectancy.

    One factor, however, is common to developing and industrialised countries alike: young men and women, with their imagination, ideals, considerable energies and vision are essential for the continuing social, cultural, economic and technological development of the societies in which they live.

    Ten years have now passed since the Conference and where are we now? More of the same... with some progress in advocacy

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