Date: May 14, 21 and 28, 2010
Location:
C / Pinar 9. Classroom: E-011
Time:
16:00 to 19:00 hours
Language: Spanish  

Professor: Sara Ferreras

Nonverbal communication is a discipline used as a tool that allows a self-analysis and diagnosis to define where we are and where is the student interaction with the trainer about their learning process. From this interaction, it is possible to determine what happens on the unconscious and what modifications are necessary to make our communications more effective.  

Objectives: 

  • Know the state of mind that the students bring to the classroom.
  • Auto-Explore what we transmit as trainers.
  • Identify: limiting beliefs that influence the process of integration of knowledge: I can’t, I don’t  know, I’m not good enough.
  • Diagnose through the Nonverbal Communication, the other, knowing their needs and requirements.
  • Facilitate the integration of concepts, taking into account the predominant style of learning through the Nonverbal Communication.
  • Agenda:

I. Neuro-Linguistic Programming  1. Perception
2. Information processing
3. Visits eye
4. Posture 5. Gestures
6. Breathing
7. Techniques and tools that facilitate learning.

 II. Emotional Intelligence:

  

1. Somatotype (Sheldon) and its relation to learning in the classroom.
2. Brain sections and their maturation.
3. Differences among doing, feeling, thinking and creating.
4. Connections between brain maturation and Nonverbal Communication.  

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