Efficient Language Coaching Global SLU 2020 Free Webinars

16:00 CEST – FRIDAY 24th APRIL 2020

Discover the wonderful possibilities that Mind Maps – together with TBL and PBL methodologies – can open up for you and your learners…

 

Webinar with Dr Ron Morrain. Hosted and Sponsored by Efficient Language Coaching

16:00 CEST – Central European Summer Time
*** Please Note: There are no certificates of attendance for this webinar ***

Mind Maps – together with TBL and PBL – are extremely versatile teaching and learning tools that frees learners’ minds in order to develop and explore as they learn.

They also help teachers to develop and improve their classroom management skills. Discover the wonderful possibilities that Mind Maps – together with TBL and PBL methodologies – can open up for you and your learners in the classroom, or during your coaching session.

Ron Morrain is the Co-founder and Director of Studies at the Language Learning Centres Europe.

He is an American (Houston, Texas), and currently lives and works in Germany. He is co-founder and Director of Studies at the Language Learning Centers Europe which is headquartered in Duisburg, Germany, and has been active in HRM and HRD as a manager and consultant for over 30 years internationally.

Ron is the innovator of the concept *Ready-made Mind Maps *(RMMs), which facilitate TBL (Task-based Learning), PBL (Project-based Learning), Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), Content-based Instruction (CBI), and Language Coaching 1-2-1 sessions. He started promoting the concept in the mid 90s in Germany, and has since been promoting the concept at conferences, universities, and teacher workshops throughout Europe – and worldwide.

He has worked on education related projects in New York, San Francisco, Washington D.C., Mexico City, Hong Kong, London, Geneva, and Düsseldorf. Ron speaks three languages fluently (English, German, and Spanish).
He is currently active in the HRD department of the University Duisburg-Essen where he is responsible for the planning, implementation, and assessment of English language training programs for a staff of 3,800. Additionally, he coaches professors and doctoral candidates in English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI).

Ron has a B.Ed. in ESL, an MBA with a concentration in HRM / HRD, and a PhD in Organizational Psychology.

Introducing Efficient Language Coaching and Neurolanguage Coaching Certification…

Hi everyone, I’m Rachel Paling and I’m the founder and Director of Efficient Language Coaching. I’d like to tell you more about our Neurolanguage Coaching courses. Neurolanguage Coaching® is very much about bringing neuroscience and coaching into the language learning process.

We are the ones who are now transforming and implementing the neuroscience. Everything about Neurolanguage Coaching is about being brain-friendly. Brain friendly in how we communicate and how we act.

Everything that we do, the structure, the delivery, takes into account how the brain learns, how the brain functions, how the brain reacts. So on our Neurolanguage Coaching courses, we start off with coaching and we start off with the question of what is coaching and how can we bring coaching into language learning.

And this means that, right from the beginning, I get you to feel, walk, talk, breathe and be a coach. I get you to really understand how different language coaching is compared to teaching. It really is extremely different. We go from being a directive teacher to understanding how to be non-directive and brain-friendly in our communication.

Then we go onto the neuroscience and take that journey into the brain. We start off in very, very simple terms when going into scientific explanations.

We as educators need to understand that just one drop of cortisol in the brain could totally affect the learning process. So we have to know how to be sensitive. Neurolanguage Coaches know how to coach people around barriers and blocks and really help people to come into that learning process but tailored to that person, because we know that every brain is different.

After the neuroscience, we bring that together with the Neurolanguage Coach process. We put the process into a definite structure. There are so many people doing Language Coaching these days. But what many, many people miss is real structure and process. Neurolanguage Coaching has a definite structure. Structure right from the beginning to the end.

We create a unique first session with our learners and on the course you learn how to build up that first session, step by step – getting everything you need from the learner. Then we look at how to create the roadmap forwards with your learner. Then we look at the goal review.

Finally we go into how to deliver brain-friendly grammar conversations so that the learner is coming into a very relaxed conversation about grammar and instantly getting it. That’s the idea. This course is for teachers of language. We always ask that the teacher of language either has a diploma, a degree or evidence of teaching with at least three years language teaching experience. This is because, on this course, we don’t teach you how to teach language. What we do is we transform the process. So I need to know that you know how to deliver language learning and that you really understand languages.

Best Wishes,

Rachel Paling

Neurolanguage Coaching Face to Face and Online (Live) Courses are accredited by the International Coaching Federation with 36 Credits

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