Students Benefit from Decades of Teaching Expertise at SuperCamp this Summer at the University of Texas at Dallas

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Students receive decades of teaching expertise, get to experience campus life and gain accelerated-learning strategies in state-of-the-art classrooms during this SuperCamp at University of Texas at Dallas.

“Campers get the opportunity to be active, meet new people, learn ways to strengthen relationships, and use accelerated learning strategies to excel in school.” – Derek Woodman, Lead Facilitator, SuperCamp at University of Texas at Dallas

This July and August, SuperCamp attendees will live in the University of Texas at Dallas dorms, eat in their dining hall, and learn in their classrooms to get a real taste of college life. But, more importantly, they will learn accelerated learning methods, or the Quantum Learning System as they call it at SuperCamp, from Facilitators with decades of experience as teachers.

These are science-based learning methods, capitalizing on the way our brains work, rather than trying to force unnatural learning processes. SuperCamp Founder, Bobbi DePorter, studied with Dr. Georgi Lozanov, the father of accelerated learning, and developed those techniques into a comprehensive academic and personal enrichment summer camp program more than 30 years ago.

“Our camps consist of three major parts. They are Physical, Personal, and Academic,” said Derek Woodman, Lead Facilitator for this SuperCamp at University of Texas at Dallas. “Campers get the opportunity to be active, meet new people, learn ways to strengthen relationships, and use accelerated learning strategies to excel in school.”

Woodman has been a high school math teacher in Southern California for the past seven years. He has also been a Facilitator for QLN at SuperCamp and Quantum Learning for Teachers. He has used these strategies successfully with students across college campuses in the United States, Thailand, China, and Turkey, as well as in his own classroom. Woodman will be joined by three other Facilitators who boast similar accomplishments. These educators provide a wealth of knowledge and experience for SuperCamp students.

Quantum Learning is all about teaching students how to learn effectively. Independent studies have found that a full 98% of graduates continue to use the SuperCamp academic and personal growth skills to achieve success in their lives years after graduating.

SuperCamp Junior Forum at University of Texas at Dallas, for students entering grades 6-8, will be August 3 – 9. SuperCamp Senior Forum at University of Texas at Dallas, for students entering grades 9-12, will be July 22 – 31. Limited space is still available. For more information or to register your student, visit http://www.SuperCamp.com or call 1-800-285-3276.

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About SuperCamp:
SuperCamp is the world’s leading academic and life skills summer camp. For more than 30 years, SuperCamp has helped students increase their grades, confidence and motivation. During these intensive summer camps, students acquire the academic and life skills necessary to compete in the 21st century. SuperCamp has made a difference in the lives of over 65,000 graduates worldwide. For more information, please visit http://www.SuperCamp.com.

About Derek Woodman:
Derek Woodman lives in Carlsbad, California and has been a high school math teacher in Southern California for the past seven years. During that time, he has also been a Facilitator for QLN both at SuperCamp and Quantum Learning for Teachers. He has used these strategies successfully with students across college campuses in the United States, Thailand, China, and Turkey. Derek also uses these same strategies in his classroom to make his teaching more effective and engaging. In his free time, Derek enjoys going to the beach, hiking, and barbequing with friends.

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Marinda Bean
Quantum Learning Network
mbean(at)qln(dot)com
760-722-0072 x 189

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