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TAGteach Primary Certification and Training Seminar: Leyland, United Kingdom

  • 17 Mar 2012
  • 9:00 AM
  • 18 Mar 2012
  • 4:30 PM
  • Fox Lane Sports Club

Registration

  • Up until Jan 1, 2012
  • After Jan 1, 2012

Registration is closed

Location:


Fox Lane Sports Club
Fox Lane
Leyland, Lancashire 
PR25 1HA
United Kingdom 



Registration Fee:


$375 Early Bird (Jan 1)
$425 Standard


Contact Information:


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Overview:


TAGteach is a technology  that is designed to accelerate learning and improe communication.

  • Set yourself apart as a certified 'positive' teacher who looks for success instead of failure
  • Dramatically increase student/client focus
  • Instantly reduce student/client anxi
    ety
  • Turn nag points into “Tag points”
  • Increase the ‘fun’ quotient for you and the client
  • The technology can be applied with any age, population or skill level and has been successful in the fields of competitive and recreational sports, classroom education, special education (including autism), physical and occupational therapy, and as a competitive edge in the business world.

This Primary certification seminar uses interactive video, lecture, special guests and lots of hands on practice to insure attendees gain the foundation skills needed to bring TAGteach back to their individual fields and begin using it. Attendees from all backgrounds are welcome. The seminar is limited to 30 people.



Primary Certification Seminar Agenda


  • TAGteach Introduction: Who, What, Where, Why
  • TAGteach Bottom Line: The success of the learning environment lies with the teacher/leader.
  • TAGteach supplies tools to help the teacher/leader fulfill that responsibility.


Day 1


  • Develop the ability to identify and begin from a learners “point of success”
  • Create and practice using the “focus funnel” to reduce language and increase understanding and compliance of directives
  • Design “value-added” directives that reduce learning time
  • Design directives that create confidence and fluency
  • Experience and practice using an audible marker
  • Create TAG points that circumvent “poisoned cues” and engage your learner/staff
  • Change NAG points into TAG points
  • Incorporate the TAGteach triangle
  • Identify
  • Highlight
  • Reinforce
  • Create conditioned reinforces from almost anything
  • Create “self-regulated” reinforcement strategies
  • Practicals and interactive videos are used to compliment the Power Point presentation.
  • TAG Talk (and less of it)
  • How does this all work for and with you?


Day Two


  • Put into Practice
  • Much of Day 2 is dedicated to working on TAG plans and practicing the TAGteach approach as it pertains to the individual applications of attendees.
  • Practice and Wrap Up
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