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Speed Reading at Work and School

One of the largest complaints that many students and professionals have in their day-to-day lives is the sheer volume of text that needs absorbed. Whats the problem? The problem is that the average reader only reads at around 200 words per minute. For short sections of text this is fine, but longer texts become intolerably time-consuming.

By | March 14th, 2018|eyeQ Thoughts, Reading, Technology, Time Management|Comments Off on Speed Reading at Work and School

Did You Know: Sub-vocalization Destroys Your Reading Speed!

No? Don't be surprised. Turns out that most Americans, and indeed most of the world, sub-vocalize to some extent. That's natural, it's simply a hold over from when you were originally taught to read. The trouble is, after we learn to read, very few people rarely improve upon the basic reading skills we're as children.

By | November 4th, 2014|eyeQ Thoughts, Reading|Comments Off on Did You Know: Sub-vocalization Destroys Your Reading Speed!

The Importance of Speed Reading at Work and School

One of the largest complaints that many students and professionals have in their day-to-day lives is the sheer volume of text that needs absorbed. Whats the problem? The problem is that the average reader only reads at around 200 words per minute. For short sections of text this is fine, but longer texts become intolerably time-consuming.

By | October 23rd, 2014|eyeQ Thoughts, Reading, Technology, Time Management|Comments Off on The Importance of Speed Reading at Work and School

Reading’s Importance in Toddler Speech Development  

From the moment a baby is born parents and medical professionals alike are watching that the child meets certain agreed upon milestones in their development. While there is some acceptable variation, certain general guidelines have been set. One of the main milestones that is monitored in small children is the development of speech skills.

By | August 20th, 2014|eyeQ Thoughts|Comments Off on Reading’s Importance in Toddler Speech Development