The authors take the reader through the background theory of NLP before providing practical guidance on how to incorporate it into classroom practice. 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.
Terry Elston is an international NLP trainer who, by invitation, has been working with schools to solve communication issues inside classrooms. Kate Spohrer is a Behavioural Consultant, ADHD Family Coach and Trainer and an NLP Master Practitioner, as well as a former teacher.
Chapter 1: What is NLP?; Chapter 2: Sensory acuity; Chapter 3: Anchors; Chapter 4: VAKOG - visual, auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory, gustatory - language; Chapter 5: Submodalities - belief change; Chapter 6: Metaphors for learning; Chapter 7; Practice exercises; Ways of questioning; Further applications with children and their parents and carers; Next steps.