The First Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) in Higher Education Symposium
- Bournemouth University, Bournemouth, Dorset
- 18 September 2010 09:15-17:00
Organised by Sharon Beeden, Senior Lecturer at Arts University College at Bournemouth in collaboration with Dr Paul Tosey, Senior Lecturer, University of Surrey and hosted by Bournemouth University, we invite you to participate in the first international symposium relating to NLP within Higher Education (HE) contexts.
Within the increasingly challenging educational climate, the need to enhance the student experience and to meet the requirements of an ever-broadening profile of learner is an important objective within many Higher Education Institutions (HEI's).
In recognising current research and practice relating to NLP strategies being undertaken by academics within learning and teaching environments and by student support staff in co-curricular activities, the aim of the symposium is to provide a forum to share, showcase and disseminate work relating to NLP approaches within HE.
An invitation to submit proposals for this inaugural symposium is extended to academics, researchers and student support staff within the HE sector.
Keynote speaker - Dr Colin Beard, Sheffield Hallam University
Author of 'Experiential Learning: A Best Practice Handbook for Educators and Trainers'.