3 Things School Should Teach But They Dont
School, education is really important.
The future job market is predicted to be filled with vacancies and opportunistic in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) sector, which is why most educational institutes have a big focus on the academic subjects
School is a learning environment, helping our children, the next generation, to prepare for the real world. More importantly schools guide our youngsters in the voyage if the unknown. Not only are schools designed to help students to be academically successful they also want pupils to be successful in life
Schools teach science, mathematics, ICT, politics, art and design, English, languages, and many more subjects but there are 3 subjects, 3 skills that all students to to learn and develop
Stress Release Techniques
The way you control your stress levels has a direct impact on your examination results.
When stressed before an exam, your conscious mind closes down. When searching for an answer the a question your mind is blank, which increases your stress levels creating a negative cycle.
By teaching stress release techniques such as mindfulness, NLP and meditation students will be able to control their emotions. With control comes choice. The students can now decide how they want to feel in any given situation.
**some schools are now teaching mindfulness classes
With live in a world of communication, from online communication to the delivery of presentations. From selling yourself in a job interview to delivering a presentation.
Learning how to be a great orator can have a massive impact on your career, future relationships and your ability to influence others.
Public speaking, debating and orating teaches the pupil how to structure an argument, how to use gestures, body language and tonality to influence. A desired skill for any employer is being able negotiate, influence and persuade with your communication skills.
Being a confident speakers helps you to be more confident in life
Often teachers use deadlines as a motivational tools – this works some of the times. Teach will also use the future argument – if you don’t study hard now, it will impact on your career and future. This rarely works due to the younger generation being more focused on the hear and now, rather then the future.
If these techniques worked all pupils would be motivated all of the time. Instead teachers need teach pupils how they can individually motivate themselves., how to overcome periods of procrastination and to take action when required.
As momentum creates motivation, teachers can teach how to take action which creates momentum and motivation
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Chris Delaney is also a published author “The 73 Rules of Influencing the Interview – using Psychology, NLP and Hypnotic Persuasion Techniques”
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