Observing and specifying how something happens, or how someone thinks or behaves, and then mapping or demonstrating the process for others so that they can learn to do it.
The NLP process of studying living examples of human excellence in order to find the essential distinctions of thought and behavior one needs in order to get the same results.
Either acting as behavioral model for others, as when doing demonstration, or the process of making explicit the sequences of thoughts and behavior that enable someone to perform a skill or task. Modeling is the basis of both NLP and accelerated learning.
refers to the helper or someone else demonstrating new behaviors for a client to observe and imitate.
The process of observing and mapping the successful behaviors of other people.
Studying and imitating the behavior of others who excel--the basis for Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP).
The direct and indirect following of the behaviors of another person by a young child or other person.
providing the observer with a walk-through sample of a process or a level of expectation. Especially helpful in making concepts or strategies or standards less abstract.
The process of learning behavior through the observation of others.
Learning based on observation of the behavior of another.
Leading experiences and relationships in the workplace. Creating focus, learning, and commitment.
The process of observing someone closely in order to discover what it is exactly that they are doing to achieve a particular result that you would like to replicate, and perhaps teach others.
The process of learning by observing and imitating others' behavior.
The learning of behavior by observing another individual engaging in that behavior
This scaffolding technique clarifies procedures through direct experience, and provides concrete examples of what a student's finished product should look like. The main idea here is that any task that is introduced for the first time should be modeled, and that students need to be given clear samples of what is requested of them for imitation.
Neuro-Linguistic Programming(tm) (NLP(tm)) Olfactory Outcomes
In social learning theory, the process by which a person learns social and cognitive behaviors by observing and imitating others.
Neuro-linguistic programming approaches to human learning have led to the development of a method of NLP modelling (Bander & Grinder 1975, 1976; Grinder & Bostic St Clair 2001). This theory holds that masters of a skill often fail to take into account the implicit processes involved in carrying out complex skills when they are teaching novices. To combat these tendencies, NLP modeling projects are designed to unconsciously assimiate the tacit processes.