The field of neuroscience is growing rapidly, and the understanding that we have about our brains has changed significantly. In the past 6 months, I've read several books about Neuroscience, including David Eagleman's Livewired and Bliss Brains by David Church. I've been completely consumed by the idea that understanding more about the brain can significantly impact our ability to learn more efficiently and effectively. The developments in brain plasticity in the last few years have further supported the idea that our brains have the ability to learn and store new skills and information, no matter how old you are! All this reading about Neuroscience combined with Randy Deutsch's Think Like an Architect has made me even more intrigued about the role of training and remoulding our brain to be able to think and express ideas as an architect. Randy discusses why and how architects have valuable and critical sets of multiple thinking types that they develop throughout the design process. It really helped me connect with my reason behind helping English Second Language (ESL) built design professionals to be able to express their ideas and opinions and speak up with more confidence.
What is Neurolanguage coaching ®?
Tara Cull combines her skills as a niche ESL teacher in architecture and the built design with Neurolanguage coaching.® The short article below will discuss what Neurolanguage coaching is, how it can help you learn languages efficiently and effectively, and how you can get started on your path to becoming more confident in English as a built design professional.
Neurolanguage coaching is a neuroscience-based language learning approach, which Rachel Pailing has developed. The Neurolanguage coaching language learning system is growing in popularity, and it’s no surprise. The use of neuroscience to improve language skills has many benefits, especially when you want to improve and become more confident, efficient, and effective at work. Brain research has shown that no two brains are the same. No matter how old you are, your brain has the ability to learn and store new skills and information.
Neurolanguage Coaching® combines insights from studies in neuroscience with principles of language coaching to provide sessions specifically targeted to the learner’s needs and learning style, with clear and structured targets to achieve in a defined period of time. It is designed to help language learners become more confident in their skills, and it uses several techniques that are proven to affect how quickly you learn.
What Neurolanguage Coaching looks like
Neurolanguage coaching starts with a language assessment and priority and goal setting session designed to help you identify your strengths and challenges and the specific situations you would like to practice. The Neurolanguage coach will then design a schedule or lesson plans tailored for your individual needs and any specific goals you want to achieve or difficulties you have identified on the assessment.
What sets Neurolanguage coaching apart from teaching is that it provides activities geared towards building confidence with your speaking abilities and providing opportunities for real-life practice of what you have learned. This means that you will not be waiting for weeks or months to see results, but rather Neurolanguage coaching is designed with immediate application and real-life practice.
We work on:
Helping you be more autonomous
Developing positive relationships with mistakes and challenges
Helping you to develop the ability to self-correct and become more curious
Encouraging you to be proactive about your challenges
Helping you to realise your potential
What is the impact of Neurolanguage Coaching® on learning?
Learning a new language can be intimidating. You might think that it requires lots of time and energy, but this doesn’t have to be the case.
5 Things Neurolaguage Coaches do to make the learning experience effective.
They do their research to ensure learning strategies save you time and energy.
They involve you in the process, such as providing authentic materials such as presentations, situations and asking questions.
They see the process as a team effort rather than just the teacher or coach providing the answers.
They help you to imagine the possibilities and reflect on how your life could be different while keeping you accountable to your priorities.
Neurolanguage coaches help you practice the language as a whole system, not individual parts of it. This is because languages are interconnected patterns that form relationships with one another.
The most important thing is that noticeable improvement will lead to more inspiration and motivation to help you improve further
To find out more about Neurolanguage Coaching with Tara Cull – English Coach, you can make a time to chat by clicking here. I look forward to hearing from you!