Cognitive Acceleration (or CA) is a pedagogical approach that was developed at King's College, London by Philip Adey and Michael Shayer. The first CA programme to gain significant recognition was Cognitive Acceleration through Science Education (CASE). The basic principles of CASE, it's five pillars and grounding in Piagetian and Vygotskian psychology are the basis for all CA programmes.
For more information about Cognitive Acceleration read the 'What is Thinking Science?' article on this website or follow some of the links below for more information.