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.
About the Authors:
Roger Terry is an International NLP Master Trainer and expert on human value systems. Roger leads seminars and consults with companies in the UK, USA, Europe and Middle East
Richard Churches is Principal Consultant for National Programmes at CfBT Education Trust, the world-leading education consultancy. In recent years he has worked on a number of major UK government initiatives for the DfES (Department for Education and Skills/Department for Children, Schools and Families) and the National College for School Leadership. This has included being the national lead consultant for Fast Track teaching, Managing Editor for the NPQH materials and consultant for the London Leadership Strategy. He is currently National Programme Manager for the support materials for the new secondary curriculum. Previously, Richard was an Advanced Skills Teacher in Greenwich and before that held senior management posts in two inner London schools. He has taught in primary and secondary phases and in a special school. He is reading for a PhD at Surrey University School of Management and is a Fellow of the RSA.