Learning and Teaching

Creating a thinking teacher.

Do you know how to teach…not how you were taught your system. 

Do you know how to truly teach?

Guided by Pramek’s Conceptual Learning Method, the CLM course series teaches the teacher.

The CLM as developed by Pramek to create a method of educating on five key principles:

  1. How a student learns a physical skill
  2. How to teach a student according to their learning type
  3. How to use a scientific process to test students
  4. Understanding the psychology of a training environment
  5. Using science to create effective and efficient students

Most martial art and combatives instructors are rarely taught how to teach and how to their student learns.

The CLM is geared specifically for educating the teacher and student on just that.  Universal to any martial art, the CLM a scientifically based learning system focused on instruction and testing.

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CLM Manual 3: The Teacher and The Student

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The third installment of the Conceptual Learning Method series, 'The Teacher and The Student' is a collection of CLM based essays by Matt Powell on how to best build and maintain the teacher student relationship.

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The third installment of the Conceptual Learning Method series, ‘The Teacher and The Student’ is a collection of CLM based essays by Matt Powell on how to best build and maintain the teacher student relationship.

This manual brings together both the first EPL manual, and the second DPT manual, into a format of how to apply the CLM to your training classes most difficult obstacle: the relationship between student and teacher.

In 80 pages, topics include:

How to look at martial art in the current industry based solely around money.

The Prisoner’s Dilemma and how the student and teacher interact

Identifying trouble students and how to adjust to their problems

Stopping and turning around fading and burning out students

Teacher vs. Instructor – how to identify which you are

Communication terminology in classes and how the wrong word selection can make or break a student

The different learning profiles of students and how to identify with each

Emotional intelligence and the ‘filtering process’

How to become a better student by being a better teacher, and vice versa

How to use the EPL and DPT to supplement and strengthen the Teacher-Student Relationship

The Pramek Cone of Experience and how to teach a student correctly every time

How to remove the ego from classes and students…and most importantly, instructors

…and much more.

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CLM Manual 2

Example:  Does neurology affect a student’s ability to fight?

Host a class to begin being a better teacher today

If you can read…you can use the CLM to become a better teacher. By reading the CLM you’ll gain valuable, previously undiscussed methods of how to better prepare students, see their weaknesses in training, and see the weaknesses in your own teaching.

Courses Available

Efficient Perceptual Learning

Efficient Perceptual Learning, or EPL, is based on years of research and defines goal orientation.  Based upon  the CLM Manual 1, this seminar takes participants through all phases of learning, helping you quickly  learn martial art by first understanding how you learn.

Directed Perceptual Testing

Among the most thorough and structured testing methods in martial art and combatives, Pramek’s Directed Perceptual Testing, or DPT, is a grueling process of education based on the CLM Manuals.  This course brings a student full circle, making even the most simple techniques almost impossible to use and then reteaching the technique back based upon perception.

Teaching The CLM:  Basic

The ‘Teaching the CLM’ basic course teaches a student and teacher how to educate and become teachers.  Taught by Matt Powell, this course is a deep study into the EPL and DPT,  giving valuable insight into learning, teaching, neurology, habit development, psychology in training, and other obstacles teachers and students face.