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The First Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) in Higher Education Symposium

Date posted: 06/05/2010

The First Neuro-Linguistic Programming
(NLP) in Higher Education Symposium
Saturday, 18 September 2010
Bournemouth University
 

This is the first symposium to be held in the UK relating solely to the use of NLP within the Higher Education sector.
 
Whilst awareness of NLP is prevalent in many different contexts, its application within higher education is less well documented and evidenced.
 
The symposium will seek to address this need and to explore the role of NLP within higher education learning and teaching environments within cross-sector disciplines, coupled with its role and practices within student support services/co-curricular activities.
 
This inaugural symposium will provide opportunity for presenters and delegates to examine and discuss areas of practice, together with contemplating the role of NLP, in meeting the needs of an ever-broadening diversity of learner within higher education institutions.
 
Additionally, it will facilitate opportunity for a national network of educators, researchers and facilitators working with NLP within the sector to be established, to create possible future collaborative activities and projects.


An invitation to submit proposals for this inaugural symposium is extended to academics, researchers and student support staff within the HE sector.

They welcome proposals which address the symposium themes by any of the following types -
 
Research evaluation / applications in practice presentation
Sharing activities, methodologies and work carried out to date within either the HE learning and teaching environment or student support services or co-curricular activities, which is empirically based and informed by research.  Alternatively, disseminating information about a NLP activity or project within either the HE learning and teaching environment or student support services/co-curricular activities, followed by a discussion session.  Please submit an abstract of no more than 300 words highlighting the focus of your activity.
 
Inter-active workshop
Introduction to your work relating to NLP and its respective context within HE, followed by facilitation of an inter-active workshop with the audience.  Please submit an abstract of no more than 300 words, highlighting the focus and structure of the session and to include in the abstract how the session will work.
 
Poster sessions
Display of primarily visual material relating to proposed work and projects with a view to secure discussion and possible collaboration with other colleagues.

All submissions should be sent electronically to Sharon Beeden, NLP in HE Symposium Organiser, on or before Friday 2 July 2010, to the following email address:  sbeeden@aucb.ac.uk

For more information: http://www.nlphesymposium.org.uk/page4.html