Pearls of Learning
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT –
VERBAL & NONVERBAL
“Pearls of Learning Institute” was founded in 1984 in Vienna, Austria by Pearl Nitsche. The institute, managed by her and her son, Derrick Nitsche, offers brain friendly seminars as well as certified training programs for educators and trainers. The goal is joyful teaching and learning and to provide teachers and all others involved in education and training an atmosphere of success, harmony and satisfaction in the classroom.
We offer educators a specially conceived communication and personality development / self-management program which will improve and enhance the learning atmosphere and success in educational institutes as well as help teachers avoid burnout.
Our areas of specialty are:
Nonverbal Classroom Management,
Brain Friendlly Learning Methodology
We offer seminars in German and English throughout Austria, Europe and worldwide. We have given seminars in 25 countries worldwide – and we would love to come to you too! We offer coaching, supervision as well as some courses online in English or in German.
We certify trainings with
• NLPaed (www.nlpaed.de)
We enjoy our work, are conscientious, professional and creative. We want to make a difference and we love our jobs.
The motto we live by:
“Do what you love and love what you do.
And you will never work another day in your life!.“
Derrick and Pearl Nitsche
licensed NLPaed Trainer
Do you have a question?
We’re happy to help!
You can find us here:
Pearls of Learning
(Pearls of Learning)
Als Seminare bewährt und nun auch als Bücher erhältlich:
" Teachers are seasonal workers,
whose tongues wear out long before
the other parts of their bodies!”
We offer a series of seminars on nonverbal and verbal classroom management. It is possible to take all of the seminars in the series which then ends with the certification “NLPaed Associate in Classroom Management” or you can take only the first introductory seminar as a “taster”.
Who is it for?
It is for all educators who want to teach in a brain friendly and motivating way. This includes teachers and facilitators of all subjects and age groups, those responsible for school curriculum or company training programs and personnel development.
We talk and talk and talk … and very often we are frustrated by the feeling that our students simply aren’t listening or aren’t taking our verbal instructions seriously. It has been proven, however, that over 82% of a teacher’s communication with his/her students in the classroom is NONVERBAL.
Why should we waste our breath on the teaching process rather than use it for our content? Especially when nonverbal management techniques are so much more effective.
These seminars provide teachers with a bit of theory and a great number of practical tools, which allow them to do what they actually became teachers to do – to teach!
Here are links to three videos which show some of the nonverbal techniques we teach teachers:
as well as in
Your Trainer Team
An introduction to nonverbal classroom management:
Voice and posture in the classroom
Using anchors in the classroom
Nonverbal classroom management –
where actions speak louder than words.