Become a SuperLearner™ 2.0: Learn Speed Reading & Advanced Memory Techniques (New & Improved!) | Jonathan Levi | Skillshare

Become a SuperLearner™ 2.0: Learn Speed Reading & Advanced Memory Techniques (New & Improved!)

Jonathan Levi, Entrepreneur, Eclectic, Lifehacker, SuperLearner

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50 Lessons (4h 46m)
    • 1. Become a SuperLearner: What This Course Offers

      2:09
    • 2. About Us

      8:05
    • 3. Downloading the course resources & overview

      3:20
    • 4. Progressive overload & what to do if you get frustrate

      5:46
    • 5. Why we need to improve our memory first

      7:47
    • 6. How we store information a very brief explanation

      9:37
    • 7. Chunking Navigating the brain’s natural limitations

      3:59
    • 8. The Importance of Balancing Exercises with Real Life Application

      3:32
    • 9. Demonstration: Chunking

      3:42
    • 10. Dual coding & ‘brute force’ learning

      3:12
    • 11. Why images are the most powerful way to remember & learn

      7:08
    • 12. When & why creativity training may be necessary

      4:57
    • 13. What types of images come naturally to you

      4:03
    • 14. How do we apply visual memory to reading

      6:37
    • 15. Demonstration: Visualization of words and concepts from text

      9:40
    • 16. Creating effective markers for better memory

      11:09
    • 17. Logical & creative markers

      3:04
    • 18. Trying out your new skills

      2:51
    • 19. Linking & chunking markers for better retention

      10:44
    • 20. Demonstration: Putting it all together with random facts

      8:19
    • 21. Demonstration: Putting it all together with written texts

      14:16
    • 22. Using Spaced Repetition to Help Us Maintain Memories

      4:49
    • 23. Mind Mapping

      8:27
    • 24. Memory Palaces

      9:03
    • 25. Number memorization systems

      7:02
    • 26. Introducing the SQ3R System

      3:19
    • 27. Pre-read before you read

      3:42
    • 28. Creating burning interest: Perspectives, prior knowledge, & W/H questions

      5:58
    • 29. Demonstration: Pre-reading

      6:59
    • 30. How to properly test your comprehension without fooling yourself

      3:57
    • 31. How most people read: subvocalization

      10:54
    • 32. Saccades using your eyes as effectively as possible

      4:07
    • 33. Improving your eye span wider saccades

      2:00
    • 34. Using saccades across various devices and media

      4:29
    • 35. Final thoughts on saccades

      2:45
    • 36. Demonstration: Saccades in action

      3:26
    • 37. Speed training with a card

      3:26
    • 38. Progressive Overload Revisited: Training at the speed you wish to read

      8:55
    • 39. Speed Tip: Tricking your brain into speeding up

      1:48
    • 40. Managing pauses to create markers while speed reading

      6:17
    • 41. A Discussion of Marker Density

      5:22
    • 42. Demonstration: Creating markers while speed reading

      8:19
    • 43. Text structure and marker hierarchy

      4:19
    • 44. Training going forward & what to do if you backslide

      5:01
    • 45. Sleeping and learning: Why sleep is so crucial

      3:24
    • 46. The proper learning environment

      4:37
    • 47. SuperLearning by video or audio

      3:34
    • 48. Tailoring the skills: Learning languages

      10:29
    • 49. Tailoring the skills: Never forget a face or a name

      2:56
    • 50. Thank You & Congratulations

      2:14
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