NEURO LINGUISTIC PROGRAMMINNG AND DIFFERENTIATED TRAINING
This article analyses the different modalities of applying the theory of learning styles in the teaching-learning-assessment process.
On the assumption that the mode of receiving information influences how we learn, the researchers Richard Bandler and John Grinder created the Neuro linguistic programming theory. Learning that considers the neuro-linguistic paradigm is an inclusive learning type, which harmonizes the individual needs of the learner with concrete ways to meet those needs. This type of differentiated training represents a tool which allows teachers to achieve the best possible correspondence between their teaching strategies and individual learning styles.
To support our arguments, we created an example of teaching activities using the Neuro linguistic paradigm in mathematics lessons. This example illustrates how each student can be directed in the process of solving tasks useful in the issue demonstration, tasks which are appropriate to his learning style.
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