NLP`s practical applications include understanding how we learn, developing strategies for both students and teachers, using our five senses, and making use of accelerated learning techniques. Through NLP, trainers, teachers and parents can gain concrete methods for helping students to do well.

Classroom teachers are incorporating key pieces of the NLP approach into their teaching methods and classroom management. One of the key beliefs of NLP is that we all have different strategies for learning.

A basic knowledge and understanding of NLP can help teachers and learning mentors appeal to each individual child’s style of learning.

We all want each child to the learn to the best of their ability. Understanding whether children best respond to visual, auditory or kinaesthetic instructions enables the teacher to cater to the pupils needs.

NLP can also be used amongst pupils and staff in any conflict resolution which will produce a flexible, cooperative and creative working environment.

Relevant Rapport Articles

Agents of Change

Helping Children Learn

Heropath for Teenagers

How to Pass Exams Easily

Magician's Apprentice

NLP and Education Research

« Back to How Could NLP Help Me?


Join the ANLP


Latest NLP Book Review

The Loss Box

What a find
By Carol Haycock

View all nlp book reviews...

NLP Research Monthly Pick

Research review of eye accessing cues
Authors: Diamantopoulos, Georgios; Wooley, Sandra I; Spann, Michael
Date Published: 2009

View all nlp research items...