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    • 24 Jan 2019
    • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Online - EST Timezone
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    Price

    $20 - Public

    $10 - TAGteacher

    (you'll get the discount automatically if you register using the email address you use to login to the TAGteach member area - your membership must be up to date to get the discount)

    Webinar Description

    "Let me ask you a question: Why are you teaching? Which is the end goal of your work, as teacher, parent or trainer?"

    In TAGteach we focus on one single detail to make the learning process easier for the learner and more effective. We know that this is a correct application of Skinner's behavioral laws and - most important- we have countless stories of great success.

    But: do we know why are we teaching? Do we have in mind a clear goal that we want to achieve with our students?

    In this webinar "Goals in Education: the TAGteach Impact" we'll talk about the goals in education from the perspective of the behavioral science. We'll discuss the reasons why goals should be the compasses of our learning plans and how we can use them to engineer our students' achievements using TAGteach.

    About Luca

    Luca is a long-time member of the TAGteach Faculty. Luca holds a Bachelor’s degree In Archaeology from Padova University. He has worked across several fields: TAGteacher, school teacher, special needs school teacher, archaeologist, and professional dog trainer.

    His experience with TAGteach is widespread and includes; sports training (developing TAGteach procedures for Olympic Archery); writing skills, safety procedures, and management in the school classroom; teaching people to train the pets; and as the father of a wonderful son, Alessandro, he is refining TAGteach as a positive reinforcement tool in parenting.   Luca has presented many TAGteach seminars and webinars in universities, classrooms and regional events.

    • 05 Mar 2019
    • 6:00 AM - 7:00 AM
    • Online - EST Timezone
    Register

    Price

    $20 - Public

    $10 - TAGteacher

    (you'll get the discount automatically if you register using the email address you use to login to the TAGteach member area - your membership must be up to date to get the discount)

    time and Date

    This webinar will originate in Sweden at 12PM local time (6AM Eastern Standard Time). If you need to find out the time in your local area, please consult this date/time converter:

    https://www.worldtimebuddy.com/

    Webinar Description

    Language: English

    In this webinar the Scandinavian duo Eva and Emelie (Carpe Momentum) delve into teaching people teaching animals! To develop competent, confident and creative animal trainers, we need to be as good teachers for the human part of the team as for the non-human part.  Being a good teacher means includes goals and goal setting, how to set up for success, how to develop independence and how to work with groups, as well as building vital trainer skills such as mechanics, planning and more. Whether you teach group lessons, give private lessons, train with friends or work on your own, this webinar will help you set up for successful learning for the human side of animal training.  

    This is Part 1 of a two part series. Click here for more info on Part 2.

    When you register for part one you'll get a discount code that you use to get $5 off part 2 (this does not apply to TAGteachers as you will get half price on both automatically if your membership is up to date)

    About Eva

    Eva Bertilsson is one of the original TAGteach Faculty members. She has a master’s degree in behavior analysis and a passion for all things related to behavior, learning and animal welfare. Together with business partner Emelie Johnson Vegh, Eva runs their collaboration Carpe Momentum. Eva and Emelie's goal is to help people acquire knowledge and skills in science-based, modern, humane and empowering teaching strategies for the benefit of learners of all species. They teach seminars on the general principles of behavior and learning, and coach trainers in the art of structuring great training sessions regardless of the venue or the species. Their book Agility Right from the Start was published by Karen Pryor Clicker Training (KPCT) in 2010, and outlines Emelie and Eva’s philosophy and structured approach to training, making it a worthy read not only for agility enthusiasts.

    E&E are part of the Clicker Expo faculty. In addition, they are TAGteach Faculty and introduced TAGteach to Scandinavia in 2005. They offer consultations and workshops about applying positive-reinforcement based strategies with human learners in all imaginable areas. 

    Eva is a board member of the Swedish Association for Behavior Analysis, and works to connect the communities - teaching behavior analysis to animal trainers, and teaching animal training strategies to behavior analysts working with people. She is also active in building a Fear Free™ veterinary care community in Scandinavia, and is the initiator and host of the Scandinavian CCC conference (where the three C:s stand for Choice, Control and Communication) .

    Eva lives in the village Ljungskile, on the west coast of Sweden and north of Gothenburg, but spends much of her time traveling. Border collie Tizla makes sure Eva’s free time is filled with outdoor activities and enriching training projects.

    About EMElie

    Emelie is one of the original members of the TAGteach Faculty. Emelie’s great interest lies is teaching, whether it’s private lessons for clients with dogs, group classes, running coaching, creative writing with kids… The list goes on.

    Together with business partner Eva Bertilsson, Emelie runs their collaboration Carpe Momentum. Emelie and Eva’s goal is to help people acquire knowledge and skills in science-based, modern, humane, and empowering teaching strategies for the benefit of learners of all species. They teach seminars on the general principles of behavior and learning, and coach trainers in the art of structuring great training sessions regardless of the venue or the species. Their book Agility Right from the Start was published by Karen Pryor Clicker Training (KPCT) in 2010. The book outlines Emelie and Eva’s philosophy and structured approach to training, making it a worthy read not only for agility enthusiasts.

    ”E&E” are part of the Clicker Expo faculty. In addition, they are the first TAGteach faculty in Europe and they introduced TAGteach to Scandinavia in 2005. They offer consultations and workshops about applying positive reinforcement based strategies with human learners in all imaginable areas.

    Emelie studied to be a high school teacher in English and Swedish at Lund University, together with further studies of both linguistics and children’s literature. She does work as a translator, from Swedish to English and vice versa, and from Norwegian/Danish to Swedish/English. She also writes fiction novels for both adults and children. Emelie enjoys many different sports and finding ways to breaking them down and teaching them to others, both adults and children.  

    Emelie lives in Malmö in the south of Sweden together with husband, three children and two dogs, Scout, a kelpie, and field golden puppy Tessa. Together they enjoy many outdoor activities and dog sports.

    • 07 Mar 2019
    • 6:00 AM - 7:00 AM
    • Online - EST Timezone
    Register

    Price

    $20 - Public

    $10 - TAGteacher

    (you'll get the discount automatically if you register using the email address you use to login to the TAGteach member area - your membership must be up to date to get the discount)

    time and Date

    This webinar will originate in Sweden at 12PM local time (6AM Eastern Standard Time). If you need to find out the time in your local area, please consult this date/time converter:

    https://www.worldtimebuddy.com/

    Webinar Description

    Language: English

    Teaching a dog training class is a creative challenge.  The best classes succeed in two fronts: They deliver the best of modern dog training practices, and they provide an environment where both dogs and people thrive.Easy to say, but tough to do consistently. So how can you make it all work? How can you structure a class so that the dogs and the people do their best, no one is left out, and everyone succeeds? In this webinar Scandinavian instructors Emelie and Eva (Carpe Momentum) give you an insight in their way of teaching group classes!

    This is Part 2 of a two part series. You don't have to come to Part 1 to do Part 2, but it's recommended. Click here for more info on Part 1:

    Live Webinar: Teaching the Animal Trainer

    When you register for part 1 you'll get a discount code that you use to get $5 off part 2 (this does not apply to TAGteachers as you will get half price on both automatically if your membership is up to date). So if you want to register for both, please go to Part 1, regsiter for that and then come back here and use the discount code that you'll receive in the registration email for Part 1

    About Eva

    Eva Bertilsson is one of the original TAGteach Faculty members. She has a master’s degree in behavior analysis and a passion for all things related to behavior, learning and animal welfare. Together with business partner Emelie Johnson Vegh, Eva runs their collaboration Carpe Momentum. Eva and Emelie's goal is to help people acquire knowledge and skills in science-based, modern, humane and empowering teaching strategies for the benefit of learners of all species. They teach seminars on the general principles of behavior and learning, and coach trainers in the art of structuring great training sessions regardless of the venue or the species. Their book Agility Right from the Start was published by Karen Pryor Clicker Training (KPCT) in 2010, and outlines Emelie and Eva’s philosophy and structured approach to training, making it a worthy read not only for agility enthusiasts.

    E&E are part of the Clicker Expo faculty. In addition, they are TAGteach Faculty and introduced TAGteach to Scandinavia in 2005. They offer consultations and workshops about applying positive-reinforcement based strategies with human learners in all imaginable areas. 

    Eva is a board member of the Swedish Association for Behavior Analysis, and works to connect the communities - teaching behavior analysis to animal trainers, and teaching animal training strategies to behavior analysts working with people. She is also active in building a Fear Free™ veterinary care community in Scandinavia, and is the initiator and host of the Scandinavian CCC conference (where the three C:s stand for Choice, Control and Communication) .

    Eva lives in the village Ljungskile, on the west coast of Sweden and north of Gothenburg, but spends much of her time traveling. Border collie Tizla makes sure Eva’s free time is filled with outdoor activities and enriching training projects.

    About EMElie

    Emelie is one of the original members of the TAGteach Faculty. Emelie’s great interest lies is teaching, whether it’s private lessons for clients with dogs, group classes, running coaching, creative writing with kids… The list goes on.

    Together with business partner Eva Bertilsson, Emelie runs their collaboration Carpe Momentum. Emelie and Eva’s goal is to help people acquire knowledge and skills in science-based, modern, humane, and empowering teaching strategies for the benefit of learners of all species. They teach seminars on the general principles of behavior and learning, and coach trainers in the art of structuring great training sessions regardless of the venue or the species. Their book Agility Right from the Start was published by Karen Pryor Clicker Training (KPCT) in 2010. The book outlines Emelie and Eva’s philosophy and structured approach to training, making it a worthy read not only for agility enthusiasts.

    ”E&E” are part of the Clicker Expo faculty. In addition, they are the first TAGteach faculty in Europe and they introduced TAGteach to Scandinavia in 2005. They offer consultations and workshops about applying positive reinforcement based strategies with human learners in all imaginable areas.

    Emelie studied to be a high school teacher in English and Swedish at Lund University, together with further studies of both linguistics and children’s literature. She does work as a translator, from Swedish to English and vice versa, and from Norwegian/Danish to Swedish/English. She also writes fiction novels for both adults and children. Emelie enjoys many different sports and finding ways to breaking them down and teaching them to others, both adults and children.  

    Emelie lives in Malmö in the south of Sweden together with husband, three children and two dogs, Scout, a kelpie, and field golden puppy Tessa. Together they enjoy many outdoor activities and dog sports.

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