We encourage you to enroll in the Speed Reading and Study Strategies program taught by the Institute of Reading Development and offered by the Division of Continuing Education. Based on evaluation results of past offerings, this course will increase your effectiveness as a reader and a student. As a result, you will be better equipped to manage the competing demands on your time.
When you complete this course you will be able to substantially increase your speed in reading textbooks and easier reading materials, like novels, magazines, and newspapers. You will understand and retain information better, even while reading at these higher speeds. In addition, you will be able to prepare for tests efficiently, without extensive rereading.
Instruction for this course is provided by the Institute of Reading Development. The Institute has provided instruction for University of Central Florida Division of Continuing Education for the past 6 years, and also teaches for many other leading universities and colleges.
As a course participant, you will receive free lifetime repeat privileges, honored at any of the universities or colleges that offer the program. At each stage of your school or work career, the type of material you need to read may change or become more difficult. Your lifetime repeat privilege entitles you to return, at any time, in order to receive instruction in the specific techniques and strategies that are best suited to the material you are reading.
The Speed Reading and Study Strategies program is taught in a two-weekend workshop format, in which students are coached through a series of skills and techniques. Class meets for three hours on Saturday and Sunday, for two consecutive weekends.
To register, or inquire about the program, call 1-800-418-7910.
These popular classes are taught by professional instructors from the Institute of Reading Development, which has been teaching these classes for 34 years.
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We are currently working on a schedule for this course. Please fill out the form below to to get more information and/or schedule updates.
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