Learn to use the audible marker, Focus Funnel and the tag point to finesse skill assessment, acquisition and retention. With these tools, your student can reach out for help, and you can instantly respond.
*Create focus in any environment
TAGteach tools help you mitigate unnecessary language and stressful environments and replace them with a direct line of focus between you and your learner.
*Use every moment
Practice using tools that maximize precious moments of concentration immediately before and after the learner executes a skill.
*Bang for your buck
You’ll be ready to use what you’ve learned the moment the seminar ends.
*Who Should Attend?
Those with a desire to sharpen their teaching/training/coaching/parenting skills will benefit from the seminar. Attendees from all applications and backgrounds are welcome. Those under 16 years of age need to contact email@example.com before registering.
Where it started, where it’s going and what that means to you
*Jump into the Student’s Skin
We’ll spend a few moments in the learner’s world to reveal what’s running through their minds. Hint: it’s not the information you just delivered…
*The Focus Funnel
A verbal template for editing and organizing information, the Focus Funnel will become your #1 tool for creating the “perfect instructions”. You’ll wonder how you ever taught without it!
*The Audible Marker
The audible mark or “tag” is the star of the show and the ace up your sleeve! This tool puts the teacher and the learner on the same page at same instant. Say goodbye to wandering attention and hello to laser focus from the student and the teacher.
*The Ultimate Refinement
Learn to perfect the timing of your instructions and reinforcement so they supersede distractions in the learning environment.
What you can see, you can change. Learn to see down to the very pixels (smallest controllable elements) of the skill you want to build or change.
Tag, That's It! - With a twist on the children's game, we "tag" a specific moment or action and instantly highlight the moment of success.
*TAGulators and self-tagging
*Practice creating and using TAG talk
*Practice creating tag points from muddy constructs.
*Create groups for discussing, developing, activating, practicing and reviewing group and individual TAG action plans.
*Q & A
*Presentation of certificates
Certification: You will be eligible, but not required to earn Primary level TAGteach certification at this seminar. Click here for more information about certification levels.