NLP for Teachers

NLP for Teachers covers a wide range of practical tools that will enhance your interpersonal effectiveness and classroom delivery.

Author: Richard Churches

Publisher: Crown House Publishing

ISBN: 9781845903503

Category: Self-Help

Page: 240

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NLP for Teachers covers a wide range of practical tools that will enhance your interpersonal effectiveness and classroom delivery. Find out how both your language and your internal processing affects the behaviour of others around you; Learn some amazing tools and techniques; Take your communication skills to the next level
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NLP for TEACHERS

NLP FOR TEACHERS empowers teachers to rediscover the power of teaching via human excellence towards Quality Literacy for All.

Author: Dr. Dheeraj Mehrotra

Publisher: Notion Press

ISBN: 9781947027886

Category: Self-Help

Page: 102

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NLP FOR TEACHERS empowers teachers to rediscover the power of teaching via human excellence towards Quality Literacy for All. It is a means to manipulate human-building approaches via tools of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) as practice for developing Total Quality Student (TQS) as one of the initiatives of any school with the approach of unleashing the power of success and happiness for teachers, students and parents, in particular. The author, Dr. Dheeraj Mehrotra, encapsulates his wide experience of over thirty years of teaching and learning to pace the quality initiatives of WOW feature for schools, making every student a PRIDE to the human race, with the power of human excellence as a priority to face the model challenges of tomorrow, with a smile on their faces.
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The NLP Toolkit

'The NLP For Teachers Resource Book' is packed with easy-to-use tools and techniques, providing practical worksheets on stagecraft for teachers, leadership, classroom activities, personal development and developing emotional and social ...

Author: Roger Terry

Publisher: Crown House Pub Limited

ISBN: 184590138X

Category: Education

Page: 264

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The NLP Toolkit is packed with easy to use tools, activities and techniques. Organised in an accessible way and grounded in teacher experience and practice, it provides a comprehensive toolkit that uses NLP techniques to improve all aspects of learning and teaching from using a simple spelling strategy to developing leadership skills. NLP is often described as 'the technology of emotional intelligence'. The NLP Toolkit gives you practical 'how to' ways to develop your own emotional resilience as well as ways to work with children in the area of emotional and social skills. The five sections cover: In the class activities Emotional and social literacy with children Stagecraft and presentation skills Personal development and effectiveness Leading with NLP The NLP Toolkit is the perfect companion to the highly acclaimed NLP for Teachers: How to be a highly effective teacher ISBN 9781845900632 and will be useful for both teachers with experience of NLP and those who are new to the subject.
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NLP for Teachers

What if you could be; The teacher you always knew you could be; Someone who inspires children to achieve all they want; Flexible about the choices you make in the classroom; Happy and confident that you have all the resources you need; ...

Author: Judy Bartkowiak

Publisher: MX Publishing

ISBN: 1907685499

Category: Classroom management

Page: 86

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If you want to be a happier more confident and resourceful teacher then this book is for you.
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Using NLP to Enhance Behaviour and Learning

Elston and Sphorer take the reader through the background theory of NLP and provide a wealth of practical guidance on how to incorporate it into classroom practice.

Author: Terry Elston

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781855395329

Category: Education

Page: 168

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Elston and Sphorer take the reader through the background theory of NLP and provide a wealth of practical guidance on how to incorporate it into classroom practice. It will help all teachers to improve the lives of their students they teach or support as well as their own. NLP offers a ground-breaking method of communication that helps people master the way they think and feel. Many problems arise in classrooms because of inadequate rapport between student and teacher, and between parent and teacher. NLP can assist all who work in classrooms to master ways of creating excellent rapport and understanding.
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Teaching Excellence

This book does what no other book can.

Author: Richard Bandler

Publisher:

ISBN: 0998716715

Category:

Page: 392

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This book does what no other book can. It gets right to the heart of Teaching and Learning by helping you understand how learning works.This edition includes bonus videos that include chapter introductions, chapter summaries, and interviews with the authors to help you further understand and use the information.There is also a free membership to a community of like minded teachers and learners for idea creation, sharing and problem solving.
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Practitioner Teacher

This is a book for all thoseinterested in improving their classes using a tool rarely explored in academia.

Author: Renato Schneider Rivero Jover Msc

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798631049079

Category:

Page: 78

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During 15 years of teaching, I observed many things in the classroom. But a very special tool that helped me improve as a teacher wasNeurolinguistic Programming - NLP. The NLP course requires a lot of dedicationand personal investment, but I selected the tools that I applied most as ateacher and that gave many positive results. This is a book for all thoseinterested in improving their classes using a tool rarely explored in academia.
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NLP Essentials for Teachers

Does this sound hard to believe? Follow the strategies presented in this book, adapt them to suit your individual needs and make sure you have the right attitude. Are you ready to take CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE?

Author: Gaye O'Brien

Publisher: BalboaPress

ISBN: 1452505543

Category: Education

Page: 136

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Rediscover the Art of Teaching. Learn how to command respect, gain attention and communicate effectively NLP ESSENTIALS FOR TEACHERS: Th e Art of Encouraging Excellence in Your Students shows you how to become an excellent teacher. Does this sound hard to believe? Follow the strategies presented in this book, adapt them to suit your individual needs and make sure you have the right attitude. Are you ready to take CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE? This self-help manual will empower you to create the results you desire in your teaching career and with your students! You will discover how easy it is to: * Have more fun at school * Master your emotions * Learn more effective teaching strategies * Develop greater rapport * Use effective behaviour management strategies * Cater for a diverse range of learning styles and for students with special needs * Foster values and beliefs that promote learning
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Teaching NLP in the Classroom

This book will contains a wealth of ideas for teaching NLP, with concepts ranging from understanding the basic principles behind NLP to using it effectively in the classroom to develop pupils learning.

Author: Kate Spohrer

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781847060402

Category: Education

Page: 100

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This book will contains a wealth of ideas for teaching NLP, with concepts ranging from understanding the basic principles behind NLP to using it effectively in the classroom to develop pupils learning.
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The Teachers Guide to Nlp

"NLP should be on the curriculum for teacher training. Terry Elston has invaluable ways and tools for all lecturers and lecturers to boost their own learning and delivery capabilities".

Author: Terry Elston

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1456319574

Category: Education

Page: 180

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A recommended book for using NLP in the classroom - or any learning environment. Teachers or Lecturers who have a passion for delivering information will love this easy to use handbook; an exceptional guide to getting your messages across - in all situations! "Thank you so much for yesterday. It was again, a fantastic talk, you matched their energy well then took them on an upward journey. I teach every day, and I know I am good at what I do, yet I am still in awe of the way in which you deliver your subject material and captivate an audience. I have been studying and applying NLP for a long time now and am starting to consider myself well versed, yet still every time I see you work with the students you are performing a little bit of magic......" Glen McPheat - Head of Teaching and Learning skills at Christ's Hospital, Horsham UK Another Teacher, Catherine Spracking (ex-head of French, Brighton College - now mother). "NLP should be on the curriculum for teacher training. Terry Elston has invaluable ways and tools for all lecturers and lecturers to boost their own learning and delivery capabilities."
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NLP Basics for Teachers

The book covers basic references to the classroom scenario and teaching practices which are aptly catalysed through the NLP tools and practices.

Author: Dheeraj Mehrotra

Publisher:

ISBN: 1545153361

Category:

Page: 132

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NLP Basics For Teachers', initiates a basic idea about the concept of NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) expertise for teachers as one of the world known models of human excellence. It encapsulates how best the concept of NLP and its tools can be dwelled into achieving excellence in the field of Academics in particular. The classroom scenario has been rightly discussed and explored via various tools which include Modelling, Mapping, Anchoring and Rapport Building. The book covers basic references to the classroom scenario and teaching practices which are aptly catalysed through the NLP tools and practices. A most recommended companion to all educators for delivering a WOW (Wonder of Wonders) within classrooms, community and social life at large. The author has encapsulated his three decades of learning experience to make it a perfect tool for deliberating as Rockstar Teachers as a requisite to deliver the smart generation of today.
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Essential NLP

One of the most recent is NLP for Teachers: How to Be a Highly Effective Teacher (2007) by Richard Churches and Roger Terry. Published as a 'powerful ...

Author: Amanda Vickers

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781444129250

Category: Psychology

Page: 336

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This new edition of a popular guide to Neuro-Linguistic Programming draws on the latest neuroscience findings to give you a better understanding of NLP, and what it can do for you both professionally and personally. It introduces the foundations of NLP and the key principles of the technique, explaining the theory behind submodalities, the power of beliefs and values, and the importance of well-formed outcomes. Written in a jargon-free and accessible style, it will help you to use rapport, modelling and other effective strategies to achieve your goals at work - and to bring the principles of NLP to other areas in your life, making you an effective leader, partner and negotiator.
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Approaches and methods in language teaching

Revell and Norman's book ( 1997 ) on NLP in English - language teaching seeks to relate each of these principles to language teaching .

Author: Jack C. Richards

Publisher: Ernst Klett Sprachen

ISBN: 312534042X

Category: Language and languages

Page: 270

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Neuro Linguistic Programming Nlp for Efl ESL Teachers

This book has two main parts: while the first one explains various facets and areas of NLP in a general sense, the second one tries to elaborate the practical application of NLP in ELT.

Author: Zafar Iqbal Mohsin

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

ISBN: 3844326995

Category:

Page: 128

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Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a fast growing area of personal development. In NLP, there are many strategies which can help in enhancing language learning skills. Though the subject is new and has not yet been explored by many, some NLP principles and techniques are being used effectively in teaching English as a foreign language. Anchoring, modeling, reframing, meta-modeling, calibrating, eye accessing cues and metaphors are some of the very effective NLP areas that can be useful tremendously for English language teachers in their various classroom situations. This book has two main parts: while the first one explains various facets and areas of NLP in a general sense, the second one tries to elaborate the practical application of NLP in ELT. The book contains numerous practical exercises which language learners can use on their own as well as EFL/ESL teachers may employ them in their different classroom situations.
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Unlocking Self expression Through NLP

"This book starts from the perspective of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and provides well over a hundred easy-to-use activities, each designed to creat the wish and need in students to express themselves in English.

Author: Judith Baker

Publisher: Delta Publishing Company(IL)

ISBN: 1900783886

Category: English language

Page: 250

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"This book starts from the perspective of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and provides well over a hundred easy-to-use activities, each designed to creat the wish and need in students to express themselves in English. The benefits to students include: a real desire to talk and write; an imrpoved relationship with the target language; a growing sense of ownership of the target language; a growth in psychological self-awareness; a deepening awareness of fellow students and a growth of respect for them. The activities are designed to make students forget they are in a language classroom. Teachers can feel confident that the 'speaking' or 'writing' parts of the lesson will actually work, owing to students' real desire to express themselves. Teachers do not require an expert knowledge on NLP practice to use this book, but those interested in knowing more are offered a glossary of terms and a critical bibliography."--Cover.
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Neuro Linguistic Programming and Learning

This research paper reports on evidence from 24 teacher-led action research case studies and builds on the 2008 CfBT Education Trust published paper by Richard Churches and John West-Burnham "Leading learning through relationships: the ...

Author: John Carey

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:1063118550

Category:

Page: 115

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This research paper reports on evidence from 24 teacher-led action research case studies and builds on the 2008 CfBT Education Trust published paper by Richard Churches and John West-Burnham "Leading learning through relationships: the implications of Neurolinguistic programming for personalisation and the children's agenda in England". The current research focused on two gaps in the research literature: (1) The absence of any formal and systematic literature review of evidence in relation to the impact and use of NLP in education; and (2) The lack of any substantive teacher-led and classroom-based action research in this area. Teachers followed the Teacher Learning Academy framework in designing and implementing their research--a framework that CfBT Education Trust was closely involved in the development of. All of the case studies demonstrate significant impact in relation to teacher development, with many demonstrating positive impacts on pupil learning outcomes. The paper also contains the first systematic and comprehensive literature review of research evidence into the impact of NLP in education and discusses the content of 111 papers and references including quantitative and qualitative research evidence. The majority of published work was found to be supportive of the use of NLP in schools and education although, as the authors point out, this should only be considered as an interim finding because of the wide range of methods used and variations in the quality of some of the research. Two appendixes are included: (1) The evidence about the use of NLP in education--a review of the literature (continuation and detailed evidence and discussions); and (2) The 24 teacher case study write-ups. Also provided is a glossary for the areas of NLP that were the focus of the various case studies.(Contains 12 footnotes and 4 tables.) [Foreword by John West-Burnham. This report was published by the CfBT Education Trust.].
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Teachers Favourite Teaching Strategies That Work

The book features Managing Trends within classrooms and favours learning as a part of the Kaizen approach towards continuous development, in particular.

Author: Dr. Dheeraj Mehrotra

Publisher: Notion Press

ISBN: 9781638505761

Category: Education

Page: 116

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Teachers Favourite Teaching Strategies That Work is a requisite for educators towards making a difference in the Teaching-Learning attributes to gain success at large. The book features Managing Trends within classrooms and favours learning as a part of the Kaizen approach towards continuous development, in particular. The concept deals significantly with making a difference via intelligence with the practice of novel strategies, which works wonders within classrooms. It features various teaching patterns and strategies, which work and bring out an academic climate within classrooms as a priority for learners to assure a wow learning culture in particular. It’s a must for all budding and experienced educators for bringing a learning environment of creativity, engagement and interest for the students within classrooms.
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Applying Nlp to the Integrated Skills Lesson for Young Teenagers

Implementation of NLP principles to the integrated skills lesson constitutes the subject of this book. The aim of the work is to present NLP as a tool that can help in teaching a foreign language.

Author: Agata Butarewicz

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

ISBN: 365944247X

Category:

Page: 64

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"NLP is an approach to life, learning and communication. Many aspects are directly or indirectly relevant to teaching" (Revell and Norman, 1999:4). Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) can be successfully used in the English Language Teaching setting. Implementation of NLP principles to the integrated skills lesson constitutes the subject of this book. The aim of the work is to present NLP as a tool that can help in teaching a foreign language. Due to the fact that NLP is not well known in general, teachers of English do not take advantage of it. The structure of the book is binary. The first theoretical part presents NLP basis, possibilities of its application in teaching English, as well as the concept of integrated skills lesson for young teenagers. The theory from the first part of the work is put into practice in the second part, which contains three lesson plans developed in accordance with NLP. Every plan is provided with comments based on the observations of the conducted lessons. The book can be a helpful tool not only for teachers of English, but also for all the people interested in NLP.
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