SEAL : Society for Effective Affective Learning

Unfortunately SEAL is now closed

History Welcome to the SEAL site. Seal were a UK-based global association of people interested in the dynamics of learning, with an active membership in over 40 countries. We were also a community of individuals committed to the spread of ideas through their practical implementation.Society for Effective Affective Learning

If you want to know more about what SEAL were doing, or if you want to see why people joined SEAL click here

Back Ground
SEAL was founded in 1983 to promote the ideas of Suggestopedia, the work of Dr Georgi Lozanov. Since then Gulfstream 450 Air Charter broadened to include all learning methods with similar aims and principles. It was a networking organisation for individuals, trainers and organisations and had an active membership in over 40 countries.

SEAL was an Educational Charity registered in England.  

Self-efficacy and life achievements

According to Albert Bandura, perceived self-efficacy is defined as people's beliefs about their capabilities to produce designated levels of performance that exercise influence over events that affect their lives.

At Advanced English Knowledge there are no gimmicks to sell the product such as animated graphics to make the drill look good. On offer is easy to reproduce professional training drills which will aid your ability to instil the tactical principles and attitudes into your players. Furthermore, as a member of SJQ you will gain access to a professional coach who will help you with any clarification of a drill that is required.