Our programs for the education field are designed to help the teachers have increased job satisfaction through facilitating the teachers to Flow and presenting a “Vitamin C” model for dealing with learning and behavioral issues.
Teacher burn out is prevalent; the concept of ending the school year with...
Teacher burn out is prevalent; the concept of ending the school year with more energy seems inconceivable. Yet, this program has been so successful at helping teachers Flow, there are teachers who actually were disappointed to see the end of the school year and the beginning of summer vacation!
This ten week program made up of lessons and coaching will help the teacher operate in their uniqueness to the point they Flow: have unlimited energy towards a purpose. This applies not only to their role as teacher but also in their personal life.
The rest of the presentations and workshops are designed to help the teacher with a corresponding specific student issue.
It is well known the key to success depends on the teacher's ability to...
It is well known the key to success depends on the teacher's ability to build a connection with the student through talking with them. Many teachers believe their students don't want to talk.
Also, teachers are being told to not see a student's bad behavior as the student wanting to be bad. The teacher is told to understand what the student is trying to communicate through their behavior.
It appears the students do want to talk. What are they trying to say? "Please connect with me through my uniqueness."
This workshop will show you how to intentionally determine the student's Intrinsic Motivation in order to connect with them. While these techniques work for everyone, this program has been shown to immediately reduce and permanently settle misbehavior in EBD students with diagnosed mental/emotional issues whom teachers had previously struggled with for up to three years.
Every time we communicate, our thought process is either getting better or...
Every time we communicate, our thought process is either getting better or it is getting worse.
The first half of this presentation focuses on three guidelines and four causes that can be used to quickly determine if the conversation is healthy, unhealthy, or abusive. These tools can help people defend their own thought process as well as bring someone else's thought process up. It is impossible to have an argument when these tools are used during a conversation. Most importantly, these tools can take past unhealthy and abusive interactions and put healthy interactions in their place in the brain.
The second half of this presentation addresses two sets of two perspectives people can have relative to their brain. Both of these perspectives can be seen as preferences, like being right or left-handed. When these preferences aren't accounted for, frustration and wrong conclusions are readily experienced. Flow between people is completely hindered. However, not only ought these destructive effects to be avoided, the difference in approaches between two people ought to result in maximum profitability, both professionally and personally.
There are three reasons students trigger. Only one of them is due to...
There are three reasons students trigger. Only one of them is due to trauma.
This workshop covers all three reasons from a "Vitamin C" explanation as well as the solution for permanently removing triggers in all three areas.
This workshop can be broken up into three (3) two-hour workshops.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is defined as "a mental health...
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is defined as "a mental health problem that some people develop after experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening event, like combat, a natural disaster, a car accident, or sexual assault."
The reason this is so tough to repair is because there are three parts of the brain that are distressed: amygdalae, unconscious, and conscious brain.
Emotional Behavior Disorder (EBD) students can be seen as having PTSD. We have found the best way to permanently help these students is to repair all three parts of the brain that are in distress.
This workshop is made up of three (3) two-hour workshops, each focusing on one part of the brain.
Most teachers attempt to motivate the student with a reward-based system...
Most teachers attempt to motivate the student with a reward-based system that appeals to the animal thought process. Studies show these reward-based systems used to train animals can lead to the student developing a criminal mindset.
There are no "zero events" to the brain. Everything we say, do, and experience either helps or hurts the brain. When it comes to teaching, there are five contexts in which every teacher operates. The teacher's approach in each context can be observed externally and evaluated as to whether the approach helped or hurt the student.
This workshop covers the five contexts as well as both the healthy and unhealthy approaches.
Teachers that learn this information find they actually spend much less time teaching while being up to three times more effective than traditional methods.
This program will help you determine your uniqueness and demonstrate how...
This program will help you determine your uniqueness and demonstrate how to use your uniqueness to determine the uniqueness of others. The specific approaches leading to maximum engagement will be covered as well as approaches that ought to be avoided.
During the workshop portion, situations will be practiced through role playing. The client will identify a key person and a game plan will be created to determine their uniqueness as well as the ideal way for the client to interact with this key person.