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Fake News Confronted by Educators, World Wide Newspapers and the Columbus Metropolitan Club.

Schools are teaching their students to investigate the news they read Continue reading

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The Nation Article on Avoiding Fake News From Bangkok

I read this article when teaching a class in Bangkok for the USAID. I enjoyed reading the English version of the papers in the hotel lobby. This column in the The Nation by Suthichai Yoon started with: Thais got a taste of what “fake” news can do to you recently when Facebook got fooled by its own algorithm. Continue reading

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Speed Reading Plus™ Blog Launch by Bonnie James

Originally posted on Speed Reading Plus Blog!:
One of my 2018 New Year’s Resolutions is to be much better at posting blogs. I have been very negligent. This summer I got Lyme Disease which turned me into a very lazy…

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Why Advanced Skills Are Recommended For Even the Academically-Talented Students

Reward Your Students for their A’s with Advanced Reading Concepts Speed Reading Plus™ as an investment in a lifetime of successes.

10 Ways Gifted/A+ Students Can Benefit From Speed Reading Continue reading

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Here’s Why Your Brain Needs You to Read

Why Your Brain Wants You to Read Every Day Interesting article from Reader’s Digest on the scientific reasons why our brains benefit from daily reading–especially the benefits of fiction!

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Fake News Precedes Us

Peter Hancock, a psychologist at the University of Central Florida has “alternative artifacts” and in his new book “Hoax Springs Eternal: the psychology of cognitive deception,” he shows why some hoaxes are more successful than others. Continue reading

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The Results Are In–Our Summer Speed Reading Students Really Score!

This is a repost from last fall–but very timely now because we are now taking enrollments for another exciting summer of meeting wonderful youth and helping them reach and exceed their scholastic goals. Click here for our current schedule. Continue reading

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