Rhythm and Flow

Balance between thoughts and emotions

Maximising Learning Potential

Terry Webb – Human Potential Growth Instructor

Development and Integration

in the Classroom

Sharing Knowledge

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One Tool to Identify

– Student learning styles: Visual, verbal, auditory
– Slow / medium / fast learners
– Student capabilities / limits
– Emotional issues
– Eye tracking
– Aural capacity
– Student focus
– Hydration; Nutrition

One Tool to Assess

– Information assimilation
– Knowledge retention
– Comprehension
– Knowledge application
– Subject choices
– Learning imbalances
– Student potential
– Self Esteem

Addressing Challenges

Assessing every child in the classroom
– Learning style
– Optimal seating position
– Learning strengths / weaknesses

Quick and easy
– 5 to 10 minutes per class

BrainGym® Exercises
– Activates both brain hemispheres
– Prepares the brain for new learning

Crisis in the Classroom

Teachers unable to educate:
– Inherited issues
– Size of classes
– No student streaming
– Catering to multiple students’ abilities
– Incorrect subject choice

Insufficient time to:
– Identify student profiles
– Address student needs

Tools: BrainGym® and Kinesiology

Results: Current and Long term

BrainGym®

– Switches on specific areas of the brain
– A series of 26 movements
– Effective self help tools
– Quick and easy
– Positive result achieved

Kinesiology

– Addresses the whole person
– It embedded imbalances before they become illnesses

WHAT IS THE ESSENTIAL TOOL?

I am often asked what it is I do. As with any work it has levels of complexity, but I will try to explain it in simple terms.I capture a cameo of a person in a given moment and I assess their current state which would include the following:

  • Physical – sight, hearing, movement
  • Emotional – stress levels, contentment, pressure
  • Mental – analytical/creative, numbers/pictures, detail/big picture
  • Spiritual – belief systems (self, others, worldly)
  • Intellectual – application of knowledge

From this I can show the person their current state, highlighting areas of strength, which could be developed further and areas of weakness which could be addressed. How do I do this? There are four aspects of my work: the tool, the interpretation, the feedback and the recommendations.

THE TOOL – THE LAZY8

The infinity sign (Lazy8) is a symbol of continuity. It is dynamic with the perpetual flow of energy and movement.

It is well known that drawing encompasses a person’s state at the time of drawing. In drawing the lazy8 nine continual times, there is a flow of energy both conscious and unconscious. It can be likened to taking a photo, not with a camera, when that instant in time is captured. The Lazy8 will change each time it is done which enables me to monitor progress.

THE INTERPRETATION

I am not a hand writing analyst but interpreting the lazy8 is similar to that. I look at things like:

  • Continuity – energy flow; continual. Free and easy or hesitant
  • Size – large or small
  • Shape – rounded or elongated
  • Placement – high, low, straight, at an angle
  • Pressure – light or hard
  • Uniformity – precise or haphazard

From this I can pick up:

Physical

  • Gait – how does the person walk?
  • Do both eyes track normally?
  • Is their hearing good?

Emotional

  • Is the person relaxed or under pressure?
  • Is the person self-confident with a good self-image or fearful?
  • Is the person emotionally mature?

Mental

  • Is the person left or right brain dominant, analytical or creative or both?
  • What is their learning style – how they anchor knowledge? Do they need to see or hear things? Do they need to move?

Spiritual

  • Does the person have strong belief systems – in self, others and the world?

Intellectual

  • Does the person have a good understanding and use of language?
  • Is the person able to apply knowledge?
  • Is the person self-aware?

THE FEEDBACK

Once the assessment is completed, it is discussed with the person highlighting strengths and areas that need to be addressed. Because the Lazy8 captures both conscious and unconscious energy, the person might not be aware of some aspects; but, when raised they recognize them. The strengths could be developed further (some people lack self-confidence and are unaware of their strengths which can be developed further boosting their self-confidence).

RECOMMENDATIONS

There are many ways to attend to the areas that need to be addressed:

  • Kinesiology – Brain Gym exercises designed to trigger switches in the brain
  • Specialists – optometrists, dentists, doctors, physiotherapists, ear, nose and throat specialists.

Drawing the Lazy8 takes less than five minutes of a person’s time. The assessment takes longer. It can be done individually or in groups (classrooms or businesses). It enables the person to maximise their potential to be the best that they can be.

Versatile Programme

It was designed for schools, home schooling, education in general but it can also be used in business, sports and therapy.