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Module 1: Learning Strategies in Neurolinguistic Programming

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Useful Neurolinguistic Programming Techniques NLP is a precision technology. To get the most from it, it must be used with precision. The main NLP techniques are: The meta-model, Content reframing, Rapport
Swish Patterning, Start before you start and finish before you finish
Mirroring, Modelling, Mind reading pattern, State interrupt pattern , Metaphor, Dissociation, Self-anchoring, Belief change, Doing/seeing it before you do it, The Milton Model, Anchoring, Threshold pattern, Reframing pattern, Timeline, Self-anchoring. Presuppositions of Neurolinguistic Programming
The presupposition of NLP are beliefs that guide and have guided the development of NLP. They are: The map is not the territory, The meaning of communication is the response you get, There is no such thing as failure, only feedback, Possible in the world, possible for me, People work perfectly
Every behaviour has a positive intent in some context, Mind and body are connected. Four Stages of Competence. The Four Stages of Competence are: Unconscious incompetence: Individuals do not know what they don’t know.
Conscious incompetence: Individuals know what they are not good at.
Conscious competence: Individuals can do it but takes constant concentration, Unconscious competence: Individuals can do it without thinking too hard about it. Metacognition in Neurolinguistic Programming

Metacognition can be defined as “cognition about cognition”, or “knowing about knowing” – a skill, and the knowledge to explain the depth of one’s caliber. Metacognition is classified into three major components:
Metacognitive knowledge | Metacognition regulation | Metacognition experiences. The three types of metacognitive awareness are: Declarative knowledge: Knowledge about one’s self as a learner. Procedural knowledge: This type of knowledge is displayed as heuristics and strategies. Conditional knowledge: Knowing when and why to use declarative and procedural knowledge. The three important aspects of metacognition are:
Self-Awareness | Language acquired | Preparation and planning for effective learning The three important aspects of metacognitive learning can be divided into 4 important segments: Selection of appropriate learning strategies, Monitoring strategy used, Orchestrating various strategies
Evaluating strategy used