“Practice is all.”
So said Edson Erantes do Nascimento.
Was he right?
Is practice an absolute requirement for success? Well, we don’t know but we have found that, if we do things more than once and concentrate on the bits of doing it, we seem to get better at the thing it is that we’re trying to do. No matter what it is.
The Edson Erantes do Nascimento Sessions (let’s call them the Pele Sessions) focus on getting organised and adopting a systematic approach to learning.
These sessions are about organising your folder, your bag or your time so that you are in a position where you will be able to perform more efficiently.
They will also help you to minimise all those sarcastic comments that teachers and tutors make when they observe your apparent lack of organisation and comment on how it will affect your ability to progress.
If you, or someone you know could benefit from sessions of this kind, get in touch.
“How many legs has an elephant?” “Weird question.” “Weird word.” “What, elephant?” “No.” “Legs?” “No, Weird.” “Oh, why?”
These sessions will continue this conversation and delve into lots of stuff related to ways of seeing, how to understand another person’s point of view and act and react proactively and positively to this.
If you, or someone you know, sometimes get(s) frustrated with the results of engagements with others, these sessions could help.
Issues relating to the requirements of institutional education such as attendance and punctuality can be covered in these sessions along with a whole range of other topics such as the ‘beauty’ of punctuation, the use of the word ‘got’ and the unpredictable nature of English spelling.
As always, the sessions may be short, probably about 30 minutes minimum, but we could also expand with you and the sessions could take much longer. They have been known to last several weeks!
For more information and to book these sessions get in touch.