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The magazine features stories, articles, white papers, celebrations and opportunities from the worldwide Neurolanguage Coach community, guest writers and language & neuroscience leaders.

The Neurolanguage CoachingĀ® method was created by Rachel Paling and since its inception, ELC and the worldwide network of NL coaches have trained 500 language teachers.

Rachel’s passion, shared by the NL Coaching community, lies in the following question:

ā€œHow can we as educators, no matter who we are, whether public or private sector and no matter what topic we teach ā€“ enhance the learning process to improve it, make it more effective and more efficient, more adapted to the 21st century and ultimately much more ā€˜learner centricā€™ ?ā€

The idea of this magazine is to promote the NL community, to share and to inspire. Please do give the editor your feedback on each episode. We’d love to hear what you think of the magazine.

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You may also be interested in….

Neurolanguage Coaching: Brain Friendly Learning by Rachel Paling

Discover:

– why the brain blocks when learning a language
– which coaching and teaching methods are brain-friendly ā€“ and which are brain-zappers
– how to harness principles of coaching and neuroscience to give your learner fantastic results, every time.

It seems every day an exciting new discovery is made about the human brain. Neurolanguage Coaching is a model that brings together crucial findings in the fields of neuroscience and integrates these into a coaching process to revolutionise language learning as we know it.

As well as highlighting evidence of interest to all practising and aspiring language coaches, this book offers invaluable insight distilled from years of coaching, and from teaching other coaches, giving practical advice to fit any coaching situation, and every highly unique brain.

Within is also a toolkit full of new, evidence-based methods and tried-and-tested, brain-friendly Neurolanguage coaching models, as well as how and why applying these Neurolanguage Coaching techniques can lead to more happy, fluent and confident learners.

ļ»æThis is a book for language teachers, educators, language learners, polyglots, coaches interested in languages and anyone who is interested to discover more about their own brain!

The Rachel Paling Podcast Channel

Rachel Paling is the creator of Neurolanguage Coaching, a new approach and method for language learning which combines the principles of neuroscience together with coaching a vehicle of delivering the learning process.

Back in 2012 she created the definition of Neurolanguage Coaching: ā€œNeurolanguage Coaching is the efficient and fast transfer of language knowledge from the Language Coach to the Language Coachee with sustainable effects facilitated by brain based coaching and coaching principles.ā€

Ā Rachel’s podcast channel is dedicated to bringing together the world’s leaders in education, language learning, neuroscience and coaching to discuss language coaching and how to enhance the learning experience for learners worldwide.

Language Coaching Certification

Become a Certified & Accredited Neurolanguage CoachĀ®

Achieve fast and sustainable results by helping your clients and learner reach and maintain a better learning state with brain friendly language learning.

Features of Neurolanguage CoachingĀ®:

  • a continuous flow of language training constantly interacting with aspects of the neuroscience of learning and aspects of traditional coaching;
  • it ensures the constant awareness of how the brain works, ensuring brain connections;
  • it includes coaching models and tools;
  • it adds the ethical principles of coaching itself, ever present in language coaching sessions, as set out by the ICF;
  • it encompasses an individual needs analysis;
  • it tailors language targets to individual needs;
  • it embraces the cultural aspects of language;
  • it addresses personal aspects such as client confidence, comfort, motivation and satisfaction.