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TAGtots! A TAGteach Workshop for Parents and Teachers of Young Children

  • 24 May 2014
  • 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM (UTC+02:00)
  • Verona, Italy
TAGtots! A TAGteach Workshop for Parents and Teachers of Young Children

Seminario TAGteach per Genitori ed Educatori

In English and Italian

With Theresa McKeon and Luca Canever

Raising a child is an adventure. Whether it's teaching reading, brushing teeth and getting dressed or teaching the importance of rules and right from wrong, parents and teachers need tools for explaining, motivating and rewarding success. The world is changing, with it are changing methodologies and educational systems. We as parents and educators must change by adopting the latest most effective tools. The TAGteach is one of these.

Crescere un bambino è un’avventura. Insegnare a leggere, lavarsi i denti e vestirsi o insegnare l’importanza di regole e di trovare le giuste motivazioni per le giuste cose. Il mondo cambia, con lui cambiano metodologie e sistemi educativi e anche noi genitori ed educatori dobbiamo cambiare adottando nuovi strumenti. Il TAGteach è uno di questi.


Topics:

  • Dealing with fears (animals, food, places, dentists…)
  • Rules: TAGteach can teach us to love them?
  • Food: find the reinforcer in the "right" food.
  • Mechanical skills: writing, shoe tying, tooth brushing etc. 
  • Problems at school: handwriting, reading ….
Concepts You Will Learn:

  • Make the joy of success more important than a cookie or even praise (Immediate information is reinforcing).
  • Get what you want, just by changing the way you ask (focus funnel).
  • Children do it the very first time (tag points).
  • If all else fails, when to give yourself the cookie (self tagging for the parent or teacher).

Your opinion matters! After enrolling in the seminar you'll receive a questionnaire about your interests and the topics you'd like to be covered.


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