NLP Essentials For Teachers
What you will learn
NLP- The Rapport Building Approach
The module activates learning.
The Neuro Linguistic Programming, the NLP derives the essence of learning via
Neuro: Which integrates the five senses, Visual, auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory and Gustatory. Visual includes: Sights :: Auditory defines sounds we hear:: Kinesthetic defines external feelings like touch of someone or something:: Olfactory means smell :: Gustatory means taste !
Linguistic: Defines the language and other nonverbal communication systems through which our neural representations are coded and include pictures, sounds, feelings, tastes, smells and words.
Programming: is an art to discover and utilize the instructions we run as our communication to ourselves and others to achieve our specific and desired outcomes. It is a tested and progressive model of how we communication to ourselves and others. It was originally developed by Richard Bandler, John Grinder and others.
The productivity of individuals is explored to the best via the incentives generated of experience and target vision in particular.
In academics, as a novice spectrum, the NLP integrates in discovering the art of knowing the students with their level of acceptance and learning in totality. It is like how to use the language of mind to consistently achieve our specific and desired outcomes to deliver the knowledge aimed at the students. Based on the teachers’ experience in the classrooms, the explorage is delivered via the following:
Establishing rapport with an individual student which will enable you to help them better and create a win win situation for every one.
Have a rapport with the group of students by using pacing and leading. Use this to turn the entire group around to your agenda while remaining in charge.
Teaching students using the primary senses which entrails determining the primary sense system of the student and then delivering information in a way that works best for that system.
Learning how to read students’ mind by learning how to read their eye movements.
Exploring and identifying the balance between right brain days and left brain days. Determining which mode the class is in and then teach in a manner appropriate to the mood of the day in particular.