Rev It Up Reading Submits Programming Proposal for South by Southwest Educators Conference
Wallingford, CT, August 24, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Rev It Up Reading, an online speed reading company created by America’s #1 Speed Reading Expert Abby Marks Beale, recently announced that they have submitted a programming proposal for the South by Southwest Educators (SXSWedu) Conference scheduled to take place March 3 - 6, 2014 in Austin, Texas. Abby Marks Beale has developed a workshop on the topic Become the BEST Reader You Can Be. Participants will focus on strategies that build reading confidence and competence by looking at habits which encourage good reading speed, concentration and comprehension. Students, educators and professionals will find that the strategies presented can be applied to their reading workloads to learn more efficiently and effectively.
SXSWedu Conference organizers utilize PanelPicker, a unique voting process, which not only encourages the public to submit proposals for conference programming but then allows the community to browse all of these ideas and rate which of these proposals they think are the best fit for the March events. This process allows the SXSWedu community to have a significant voice in programming and shaping the look and feel of the 2014 event. The 2014 PanelPicker voting begins Monday, August 19 and runs through Friday, September 6. Voting information can be found at http://sxswedu.com/news/2013/how-vote-panelpicker.
“This event is The place to be for educators so I’d love the opportunity to share what I know about how easy it is to learn how to read smarter, faster and just plain better,” said Marks Beale. “I believe wholeheartedly that our schools and community could benefit greatly from this empowering and much needed education.”
The SXSWedu Conference gathers education’s most innovative leaders to creatively present and share fresh ideas that inform and inspire its diverse community. The four-day event fosters a collaborative environment where educators seek to improve how we teach and learn. For more information, visit http://www.sxsw.com.