Win Wenger


Win Wenger

Win Wenger Ph.D. is a former college teacher, author, and founder of Project Renaissance, a non-profit organization dedicated to creative problem-solving and accelerated learning. Dr. Wenger has authored 48 books, including "The Einstein Factor" (with Richard Poe) and "The Genius Code" (with PhotoReading founder Paul Scheele).

Win Wenger has developed several techniques intended to improve the potential of the human mind, including image streaming, beachhead, and borrowed genius. The objective of most of his techniques is to bypass the conscious mind to use a greater portion of the brain’s potential for learning and problem-solving.

Dr. Wenger is based in Gaithersburg, Maryland, but conducts workshops all over the world. He has been affiliated with a number of organizations, including Mensa and the International Alliance for Learning.

Books

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*"Brain Boosters"
*"How to Increase Your Intelligence"
*"Discovering the Obvious"
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*"The Genius Code" (with Paul Scheele)
*"Beyond Teaching and Learning"
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*"How to Create Enhanced Learning Effects, with Understanding and True Feel for the Subject, in Yourself and in Others"
*"A Great Way to Increase Your Intelligence"
*"How to Be a Better Teacher Today, and to Reduce Your Workload (Project Renaissance Library)"
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External links

* [http://www.winwenger.com Project Renaissance official website]
* [http://www.geniusbydesign.com/other/windocs/reinert/rein_1.shtml Unpublished study claiming significant IQ gains using Win Wenger's techniques]
* [http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn/A60197-2001Apr9 Washington Post article mentioning Wenger briefly]
* [http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=%22win+wenger Some of Wenger's work: provides easy access to 3rd party citations]


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