Seattle, Washington (PressExposure) November 20, 2006 -- With one and two day workshops that train people to read-and-remember three books, articles, and reports in the time they used to barely remember one, Speedlearning has been changing the way people take in the world around them for many years. Using proven techniques based on modern brain research and state-of-the art educational strategies, Speedlearning helps people in all walks of life face the information glut of the new millennium.
Speedlearning 100 Comes to Washington
Speed reading was recently in the news when Harvard and Princeton researchers discovered that when people are made to think and read quicker, they report feeling happier, their mood improves, and they become more creative, learn and remember more. It's called SpeedLearning.
SpeedLearning helps students and executives to triple their reading speed, and double their long-term memory permanently.
According to Doctors Connie Strong and Terrance Ketter of Stanford University Medical Center, your emotional broadband expands to elicit creativity and imagination when you read faster.
The Wall Street Journal and Fortune Magazine Featured Speedlearning Speedlearning was one of 4 organizations selected by CNN/FORTUNE Magazine to be part of their "Secrets of Greatness" series. Our speed reading tips can be seen on their website (see http://money.cnn.com/popups/2006/fortune/key_skills/4.html). We were also featured in the Wall Street Journal in July (see http://www.careerjournal.com/myc/climbing/20060726-vora.html).
The Speedlearning program is the national leader in speed reading and memory improvement. It was co-created by Seattle educator Jackie Alan Giuliano, Ph.D. and Hal Bernard Wechsler, former business partner of the late Evelyn Wood.
Mr. Wechsler was the partner of Evelyn Wood, the creator of modern speed reading in 1959 whose programs rose to world-wide notice in the 1960's and trained over 2 million people and the White House staffs of 4 U.S. presidents. Speedlearning 100 brings the teaching of speed reading and memory improvement into the new millennium and has created ways of teaching speed reading that are based on modern brain research and that incorporates "stressbusting" techniques and even meditation to improve learning and career success.
A Former NASA Engineer
Jackie Alan Giuliano, Ph.D., a North Seattle educator and President of Speedlearning 100, spent 20 years working for NASA on space exploration missions before getting his doctorate in environmental studies. He is the author of 2 books, has written over 250 articles on environmental and education issues that are read worldwide, and is the creator of the "Deep Teaching Process." Dr. Giuliano discovered speed reading in the 1990's and then became an instructor for the Evelyn Wood program. He has been teaching adults who return to school for 17 years and is delighted to now be offering the Speedlearning 100 program to everyone from 8th graders, high schoolers, undergrad and graduate students, to business people and executives.