Neuroscience Principle

Not all students are ready to learn, and frustrations can quickly set in. Fast ForWord® can lift weak students so they are ready to learn within a few weeks and months.

For the brain to improve and be ready to absorb information, certain training conditions must be met. The following neurosciences principles are built-in the Fast ForWord® system so students make life-long improvements fast:

Frequency and Intensity

Fast ForWord® can achieve up to 1,000 repetitions per session using stimulus-response-reward cycle. This adds up to 30,000-40,000 repetitions within 3 months, the amount required for new connections in the brain.


Interactive exercises automatically adapt to individual skill levels and responses, adjusting the learner’s content exposure that maintains challenge and motivates success.

Simultaneous Development

Each exercise focuses on a specific set of reading or language skill and simultaneously develops underlying cognitive processes such as memory, attention, processing, and sequencing.

Timely Motivation

For the brain to learn, the right neuron-chemicals must be present and students must be attentive, and engaged. Fast ForWord uses careful, controlled and timely rewards that are proven neurosciences motivation techniques.

The most effective language and reading development system

Nevada State Government compared Fast ForWord® to other language and reading development software, and Fast ForWord was found to be the most effective.

Like going to the Gym to exercise your muscles, Fast ForWord™ exercises your brains. And like any form of exercises, consistency, intense training is required for noticeable gains. Students work at home or at school for 30-50 minutes per day, 5 days per week. Teachers can constantly monitor student progress real-time and reports can be automatically emailed to parents regularly.

Through independent research from Stanford in 2003 and Harvard in 2007, we are able to see Fast ForWord create physical brain change as it builds new synapses and strengthens the neural pathways, specifically in the areas of reading.

All students improve

After just eight weeks of use, weak readers developed the brain activity patterns that resemble those of strong readers.

As brain patterns change, significant improvements for word reading, decoding, reading comprehension and language functions are also observed.

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