David Hodgson

Master Practitioner and NLP Trainer

David Hodgson is an inspirational international conference speaker and trainer.  He specialised in helping schools and organisations reach their potential.  He blends humour, NLP and psychology to create power training that has a positive and lasting impact.  His client list includes Orange, Walkers Crisps and hundreds of schools, colleges and universities across the UK and abroad.  He has written six education books including the best-selling Inspirational Teaching Activities: Bringing NLP into the Classroom.  He is a Master Practitioner ad NLP Trainer and has developed The Buzz, an innovative approach to applying personality type theory to boost performance of teachers and their students.

SPEAKER SESSIONS

Neuroscience & Wellbeing

27 February 2019 | 10:30 - 11:15 | English | How To Make A Great School

Educational researchers, neuroscientists and psychologists have discovered what works and what doesn’t work as we strive to improve our schools. Find out how to ensure your school is the best it can be. Should you pay the best teachers more? Copy other countries? Reduce class sizes? David will share the conclusions of key researchers and some may surprise you.

Neuroscience & Wellbeing

27 February 2019 | 11:30 - 12:15 | English | The Learning MAP

David will share the latest on his ground-breaking model of how we really learn which has helped students and teachers across the world improve their performance across all subjects. The session is packed with examples, games, experiments and new ideas you can use immediately with your learners.

Neuroscience & Wellbeing

27 February 2019 | 12:30 - 13:15 | English | Brain Friendly Revision For Exam Success

David will reveal ways we can all improve our memory and perform better in tests and examinations. Neuroscientists are discovering more about how we think, forget, motivate ourselves, become bored and why we perform well or badly in tasks. We can use these insights to help children achieve their full potential.   

Neuroscience & Wellbeing

27 February 2019 | 14:00 - 14:45 | English | Building Resilient Children

Are children becoming less resilient? As the pressure to succeed academically increases across the world; stress related  illnesses appear to be on the increase in children. David will examine the research and suggest practical ways we can help all children thrive by understanding the impact of six key hormones during adolescence. The approaches suggested are just as relevant to teachers, parents and school leaders as they are to children.

Neuroscience & Wellbeing

27 February 2019 | 15:00 - 15:45 | English | Brain Plasticity And Growth Mindset For Classroom Well-Being

David will provide practical ideas for teachers to ensure they can apply the latest research in their classrooms to make a positive impact on student well-being and academic success. A series of practical strategies will be described that help children build enduring strength for adulthood.

Neuroscience & Wellbeing

27 February 2019 | 16:00 - 16:45 | English | Personalities In The Classroom

The personality differences of teachers and children have a huge impact on classroom dynamics and student performance. Although difficult to isolate and measure they are too important to ignore. David will introduce ten key personality characteristics and share ways we can learn to develop all of these as skills.

Neuroscience & Wellbeing

28 February 2019 | 10:30 - 11:00 | English | How To Make A Great School

Educational researchers, neuroscientists and psychologists have discovered what works and what doesn’t work as we strive to improve our schools. Find out how to ensure your school is the best it can be. Should you pay the best teachers more? Copy other countries? Reduce class sizes? David will share the conclusions of key researchers and some may surprise you.

Neuroscience & Wellbeing

28 February 2019 | 11:20 - 12:00 | English | The Learning MAP

David will share the latest on his ground-breaking model of how we really learn which has helped students and teachers across the world improve their performance across all subjects. The session is packed with examples, games, experiments and new ideas you can use immediately with your learners.

Neuroscience & Wellbeing

28 February 2019 | 12:10 - 12:50 | English | Brain Friendly Revision For Exam Success

David will reveal ways we can all improve our memory and perform better in tests and examinations. Neuroscientists are discovering more about how we think, forget, motivate ourselves, become bored and why we perform well or badly in tasks. We can use these insights to help children achieve their full potential.   

Neuroscience & Wellbeing

28 February 2019 | 13:30 - 14:15 | English | Building Resilient Children

Are children becoming less resilient? As the pressure to succeed academically increases across the world; stress related  illnesses appear to be on the increase in children. David will examine the research and suggest practical ways we can help all children thrive by understanding the impact of six key hormones during adolescence. The approaches suggested are just as relevant to teachers, parents and school leaders as they are to children.

Neuroscience & Wellbeing

28 February 2019 | 14:30 - 15:10 | English | Brain Plasticity And Growth Mindset For Classroom Well-Being

David will provide practical ideas for teachers to ensure they can apply the latest research in their classrooms to make a positive impact on student well-being and academic success. A series of practical strategies will be described that help children build enduring strength for adulthood.

Neuroscience & Wellbeing

28 February 2019 | 15:20 - 16:00 | English | Personalities In The Classroom

The personality differences of teachers and children have a huge impact on classroom dynamics and student performance. Although difficult to isolate and measure they are too important to ignore. David will introduce ten key personality characteristics and share ways we can learn to develop all of these as skills.