Ricki Linksman is an author and leading expert in brain-based accelerated learning techniques for all types of learners: kinesethetic, tactile, visual, and auditory whether right-brain or left-brain learners. She is the developer of one of the fastest brain-based reading comprehension improvement, accelerated learning, learn to read, improve reading comprehension, and learn anything quickly program in the world today. She is the author of many books, including How to Learn Anything Quickly: Quick, Easy Tips to Improve Memory, Reading, Comprehension, Test-Taking, and Learning through the Brain’s Fastest Superlinks Learning Style (previously published by Barnes and Noble and now available as an Amazon kindle eBook and physical book); The Fine Line between ADHD and Kinesthetic Learners: 197 Kinesthetic Activities to Quickly Improve Reading, Memory, and Learning in Just 10 Weeks: The Ultimate Parent Handbook for ADHD, ADD, and Kinesthetic Learners; How to Improve Memory Quickly: Quick, Easy Tips to Improve Memory through the Brain’s Fastest Superlinks Learning Style; Your Child Can Be a Great Reader; and Solving Your Child’s Reading Problems, featured in Publisher’s Weekly, Women’s World, Family Life, Chicago Parent, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Parent, San Diego Parent, the Naperville Sun, and the Lisle Sun. She has written numerous other books on accelerated learning and reading comprehension.
Ricki Linksman is also the founder-director of National Reading Diagnostics Institute, headquartered in Naperville, Illinois, near Chicago, a training institution to help people of all ages accelerate learning and improve their reading comprehension through Superlinks™ a system she developed using neuroscience and brain research, learning styles, and brain styles. Through Ricki Linksman’s methods, people can improve their performance on their job and in their studies. By improving comprehension and memory of what they read, people can excel in any field. She runs a training institution in which trainers, sports and life coaches, instructors, administrators, employers, and teachers in any field can learn how to be more effective in training employees, students, and trainees.
She also directs a parent center in which she offers reading diagnostic testing and learning style and brain style inventory assessments to find one’s fastest way of learning. Through diagnostic testing her methods include developing an individual prescriptive plan followed by coaching, teaching, and tutoring students from pre-K, kindergarten, Grades 1 through Grades 12, college, to adult learners. Students show dramatic improvement whether they are in regular education, special education, Title 1, remedial reading, have ADHD or ADD, are in bilingual or ESOL, ELL, ESL, or dual language programs, or who are gifted. At National Reading Diagnostics Institute, parents are trained how to accelerate their children or teens’ learning. Her Keys to Reading Success™ program includes parent involvement worksheets to help parents be more effective in providing homework help.
Ricki has been serving students in public and private schools throughout the country and around the world. Whenever she has set up the system of accelerated learning and accelerated reading in schools, those schools have raised test scores and achievement through her methods within less than one school year. Test scores raised include CTBS, SAT, ACT, and ISAT (Illinois State Achievement Test). Her program has also been used to prepare students for career examinations in diverse fields, such as medicine and law.
Ricki Linksman is also the developer of Keys to Reading Success, an Internet-based pre-K, kindergarten, grades 1 through 12, and college reading program to use accelerated learning techniques and learning styles and brain hemispheric preference strategies to teach students to learn to read or improve reading within four to eight months or less. The average success rate is 98-99% of all K-12 students using the program rise 2-5 grade levels in reading in 6-8 months, including students in regular education, special education, ELL, ESL, ESOL, bi-lingual and dual language, Title 1 or Remedial Reading, and gifted programs (and those with ADD or ADHD). Ricki also developed the Superlinks to Accelerated Learning program with its Linksman Learning Style Preference Assessment and Brain Hemispheric Preference Assessment, used to discover a person’s best Superlink (learning style and brain style) to accelerate learning.
Her award-winning phonics program, specially designed for kinesthetic and tactile learners, both left brain and right brain, is called Off the Wall Phonics™. It allows students to learn to master every phonics patterns in the English language to move someone from beginning reading to college-level word reading ability within 10 game levels, of 10 games each. If followed, any student can raise their word-reading level, which can help their reading comprehension, by playing one game level per week for ten weeks, and studies have proven the average raise in word-reading level to be two to five grade levels in reading in that time.
She has worked as a consultant to golf instructors to improve teaching of golf through Superlinks to Accelerated Learning™ learning styles. Ricki has worked as a consultant to businesses, companies, and educational institutions to help people accelerate and improve learning in any field. She has done trainings for college professors and instructors at colleges and universities.
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