POWER (can + will) + ENERGY + FLOW = Personal learning engagement

MY LEARNING APPROACH

My vision :

To bridge emotional, social and learning how to learn awareness as well as bringing on the joy of learning, within the ecosystem, leading everyone towards a lifelong learning life. "To be able to know yourself better, you have to be able to imagine yourself." * By imagining the art of learning your way and by connecting to your inner strengths, you will create your own powerful tools, be more confident and motivated. You can then become mind-agile in learning with others.

* Gianni Rodari

All learners are curious and have untapped and limitless potential. But what do learners need to release it? And how do they acquire knowledge? Through my international working exposure, I discovered many different approaches, settings, and methods.

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NEURO-PEDAGOGICAL TOOLS

A PSYCHOLOGY of AWARENESS approach, A BEHAVIORAL method and BRAIN-BASED coaching resources to connect and bridge social, emotional and metacognitive awareness in learners

To live a mindful learning life in the 21st century, individuals need social, emotional and metacognitive skills embedded in an interactive approach to embrace change: The Agility of Mind. Every brain is unique and learn differently, emotions are at the heart of learning, the brain needs pleasure to learn, and physical activity improves cognitive performances so how do we bring learning Agility of Mind to release potential?

Let's go on an experiential quest!

Facilitating a journey through the 5 Cs

An integrative approach to inquiry that engages learning and expand minds through social, emotional and metacognitive skills at Work, at School, at Home and online. Learning to understand your behavioural self and others, Discover your learning compass and learn how to learn techniques.

Consciousness: Better understand yourself and your environment
Connexion: Motivate yourself and others: e-motion and cognition
Curiosity: Discover a mindful and agile tool to facilitate learning
Confidence: How to be attentive, memorize, understand, reflect and imagine
Communication: How to create agile dialogues in the community and within the ecosystem

1. Consciousness: A Giant Step

In order to navigate in a working environment and stay on track for success for all, it is important to know yourself as a professional as well as a learner yourself. Through this awareness and associated strategies, learning leaders are more comfortable juggling with the learning phases. As a trainer and a manager, you create colourful capsules to best suit everyone's preferences. Advances in neuroscience research are helpful to challenge many false beliefs about learning.

2. Connection: Move towards the learners

Motivation is "the love of learning, the love of challenge" and is more important than the initial capacity because it determines success. It creates a developmental and successful mindset in learners that brings and maintains commitment. Therefore, prioritizing active listening, identifying strengths and removing obstacles to motivation is a essential in today's world. A promising way to achieve this is to create co-developmental dynamics for a stimulating and engaging partnership in the environment.

3. Curiosity: From Teaching to Facilitation

Curiosity (head, heart, body) plays a key role in the learning process by placing the learner in a state of high receptivity. To develop it, an iterative and collaborative approach is to be favoured. It should therefore be given a large place in a learning environment. Since the well-being and performance of learners are, in a subtle way, linked to the trainer's or manager's pedagogy, the major objective for them is to facilitate as much pedagogical autonomy in their learning as possible. But it is still necessary to know how to question, listen and have the keys to effective feed forward.

4. Confidence: From Concentration to Success

It is not enough to put learners in front of a task for them to acquire knowledge and skills. How can they learn if they don't know how to learn. To fully engage in learning, you need to have confidence. Reflective metacognitive activities that examine how we process our thoughts and emotions play an important role in building that confidence in general and in learning strategies in particular. Respectful interactions make these metacognition activities fruitful. Awareness and reflection on one's own ways of learning, confronted with those of one's peers, leads learners to develop and enrich their strategies. However, metacognitive activities that empower learners and meet challenges only have real impact if trainers-managers themselves have confidence in each learner's success.

5. Communication - From sharing our strengths to individual success

Interactions promote learning, as shown by Ph. Dessus and and E. Gentaz. Let's develop inter-actions between learners that are respectful of each learner’s methodological and communication preferences. They will then encourage greater involvement in learning. The content exchanged helps learners discover a multitude of ways of learning that become rich in promises of progress for everyone. The multiplication of interactions and the creation of support constellations make learners more accountable and provide them with the energy they need for their efforts: motivation and success on the right track (way)!

What about an intuitive tool to develop behavioral skills?

A tool created by BRIGITTE BOUSSUAT based on Jung's and Marston's work on human behavior (4Colors).

Each individual is a unique blend of 4 different behavior styles, represented by 4 colors, for a more intuitive understanding. The 4 colors interact with each other and the blend of the 4 colors will reflect different ways you may approach relationships to others, changes, problems and constraints. The 4Colors profile will allow you to navigate the world of communication and identify the color of the person you are engaged with.

What about trainings that empower learners and make learning joyful?

A Pedagogy created by BRIGITTE BOUSSUAT and JEAN LEFÈBVRE based on the new research on neurosciences (FUNandFFICIENT).

The method relies on 8 pillars: Focusing on the learner Removing obstacles Finding or bringing back the fun in learning Focusing on attention Playing with emotions Reinforcing memorization Connecting head and body A lifelong learning journey

What about a neuroscience-based coaching that encourages new thinking and insights?

An approach created by DAVID ROCK based on the new research on neurosciences.

6 insights that has shaped the approach: The brain is a connection machine No two brains are wired the same The brain sees the world according to its own wiring The brain hardwired everything it can. It's practically impossible to deconstruct our hardwiring It's really easy to create new wiring. The brain-based coaching to connect heart and mind: a non-directive way of learning, “a transformative and co- creative learning adventure. A coaching based on a proven neuroscience methodology that increases the capacity to think more rationally under pressure; to problem-solve and make decisions with more clarity and independence.