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Become a SuperLearner™ 2: Learn Speed Reading & Boost Memory
Section 1: Introduction & setting yourself up for success
Lecture 1: About us: how this course came to be (8:05)
Lecture 2: Downloading the course resources & overview (3:43)
Lecture 3: Progressive overload & what to do if you get frustrated (5:46)
Lecture 4: Personal Goals & Progress Worksheet
Lecture 5: Diagnostic Worksheet #1: Establish a baseline reading speed and retention
Quiz 1: Are we on the same page and ready to learn together?
Section 2: Understanding your memory (so that you can improve it!)
Lecture 6: Misconceptions Pre-Quiz I
Lecture 7: Why we need to improve our memory first (7:47)
Lecture 8: How we store information: a very brief explanation (9:37)
Lecture 9: The Importance of Balancing Exercises with Real Life Application (3:32)
Lecture 10: Chunking: Navigating the brain’s natural limitations (3:58)
Lecture 11: Demonstration: Chunking (3:42)
Lecture 12: Chunking Worksheet
Lecture 13: Dual coding & ‘brute force’ learning (3:12)
Quiz 2: How much do we understand about our memory?
Section 3: Mental markers: visual memory meets learning
Lecture 14: Misconceptions Pre-Quiz II
Lecture 15: Why images are the most powerful way to remember & learn (7:08)
Lecture 16: When & why creativity training may be necessary (4:57)
Lecture 17: What types of images come naturally to you? (4:03)
Quiz 3: Do we understand how visual memory works?
Section 4: Mental markers: visual memory meets learning
Lecture 18: How do we apply visual memory to reading? (6:37)
Lecture 19: Demo Visualization of words and concepts from text (9:40)
Lecture 20: Creating effective markers for better memory (17:54)
Lecture 21: Logical & creative markers (3:03)
Lecture 22: Trying out your new skills (2:51)
Lecture 23: Linking & chunking markers for better retention (10:44)
Lecture 24: Demonstration Putting it all together with random facts (8:19)
Lecture 25: Demonstration Putting it all together with written texts (14:16)
Quiz 4: How well do we understand markers?
Section 5: Systems for creating & maintaining long term memories
Lecture 26: Misconceptions Pre-Quiz III
Lecture 27: Using Spaced Repetition to Help Us Maintain Memories (4:49)
Lecture 28: Mind Mapping (8:27)
Lecture 29: Memory Palaces (9:03)
Lecture 30: Number memorization systems (7:02)
Quiz 5: Do you know how to maintain your memories long term?
Section 6: Pre-reading and preparation
Lecture 31: Misconceptions Pre-Quiz IV
Lecture 32: Introducing the SQ3R System (3:19)
Lecture 33: Pre-read before you read (3:42)
Lecture 34: Creating burning interest, Perspectives, prior knowledge, & WH questions (5:58)
Lecture 35: Demonstration Prereading (6:59)
Quiz 6: Are we all clear on pre-reading?
Section 7: Read with your eyes, not with your inner voice
Lecture 36: How to properly test your comprehension without fooling yourself (3:57)
Lecture 37: Diagnostic Worksheet #2: Establish a new reading speed and retention
Lecture 38: Misconceptions Pre-Quiz V
Lecture 39: How most people read subvocalization (10:54)
Lecture 40: Saccades using your eyes as effectively as possible (4:07)
Lecture 41: Improving your eye span wider saccades (1:59)
Lecture 42: Using saccades across various devices and media (4:29)
Lecture 43: Final thoughts on saccades (2:45)
Lecture 44: Demonstration Saccades in action (3:26)
Quiz 7: Do we understand how speed reading works?
Section 8: Let's speed things up!
Lecture 45: Speed training with a card (3:26)
Lecture 46: Progressive Overload Revisited Training at the speed you wish to read (8:55)
Lecture 47: Speed Tip Tricking your brain into speeding up (1:48)
Lecture 48: Managing pauses to create markers while speed reading (6:17)
Lecture 49: A Discussion of Marker Density (5:21)
Lecture 50: Demonstration Creating markers while speed reading (8:18)
Lecture 51: Text structure and marker hierarchy (4:19)
Lecture 52: Training going forward & what to do if you backslide (5:01)
Lecture 53: Diagnostic Worksheet #3: Establish an “after” reading speed and retention
Quiz 8: Do we fully understand speed reading?
Section 9: Good learning habits
Lecture 54: Misconceptions Pre-Quiz VI
Lecture 55: Sleeping and learning Why sleep is so crucial (3:24)
Lecture 56: The proper learning environment (4:37)
Quiz 9: Is your environment and lifestyle set up for learning?
Section 10: Applying your new skills to anything and everything
Lecture 57: Misconceptions Pre-Quiz VII
Lecture 58: SuperLearning by video or audio (3:34)
Lecture 59: Tailoring the skills Learning languages (10:29)
Lecture 60: Tailoring the skills Never forget a face or a name (2:56)
Lecture 61: How To Learn Faster Using Proper Preparation Techniques (12:48)
Quiz 10: Can you apply your new skills to things besides reading?
Lecture 62: Thank you and congratulations (2:14)
Lecture 63: What's the difference with the masterclass? (6:03)
Lecture 1: About us: how this course came to be