LearnFast logo with no background.png

BLOG  |  NEWSLETTER  |  PODCAST  |  FREE RESOURCES  |  SHOP  |  CONFERENCE  |  WHAT'S ON

Delivering the world’s best evidence based solutions for learning

AU 1300 203 104  |  NZ 0800 451 959

At Home  |  At School  |  For BusinessAdults

The Learning Success Blog

Fast ForWord FAQ # 2 - Why is it Unique?

Posted by Peter Barnes on September 2, 2014 at 8:59 PM

Fast ForWord ProgramAs neuroscientists discover more about how our brains learn, this knowledge is being built into training programs that learners can use to improve their thinking and reading skills.

Fast ForWord is one of these programs and is now widely used in schools and homes around the world. Over 2 million learners have used  the programs since 1999. 

Why has this neuroscience program been so successful? What is unique about it?

LearnFast specialist, Heidi, explains in this video. 

 

 

Prefer to read the video transcript? Here it is. 

Interviewer:  Why is this product unique?

Heidi:  Well, it's used internationally by over two million students worldwide. It's had over 30 years of advanced scientific research. And, it's unique because it works on many different areas at the same time. It's not just a reading program or just a math program.

It works by strengthening the language and literacy skills, but at the same time the four key cognitive areas. That's memory, attention, processing, and sequencing. You need all of that working together for effective learning.

 See All Skills Strengthened by Fast ForWord

Related Posts

16 Questions Parents Ask About Fast ForWord

Fast ForWord Builds Learning Capacity & Reading Skills

New Patent for Fast ForWord 

Young & Old Brains Can Work Better

Cam's Journey - a 9 year Study of the Benefits of Fast ForWord - Part 1

Topics: Fast ForWord

      Subscribe to Email Updates

      Recent Posts

      LearnFast Blog

      All about Neuroscience & Learning

      Are you interested in trends in learning, learning technology, education, neuroscience, or treatments for learning difficulties – including auditory processing disorder, dyslexia, attention, autism and others?

      Do you have children or students you want to help achieve more from their education?

      Does literacy enhancement or English as a Second Language interest you?

      Find out what’s happening on these and other topics related to neuroscience and learning, read comments on the latest research, and join the discussions.