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This is a "pay what you can" webinar (from $5-$20). If you're not already a TAGteach member or have not yet had a free trial membership, you'll get 1 free month in the TAGteach Membership if you pay $10 or more for this webinar. There will be no free option on the recording after the fact.
This is PART 2 of a 2 part series. We highly recommend that you watch the recording of PART 1 if you didn't attend. It's not mandatory, but you'll get a lot more out of it if you've seen PART 1.
Here's what Susan talked about in Part 1
There is little doubt that your children will grow up to become caring, contributing adults because you are their most influential models for adult behavior. However, these long-term goals can seem pretty out of reach, given the day-to-day stressors and struggles of living and learning with children. From simple tasks like picking up toys to complex values like compassion for others, good kid behavior makes everything about parenting more exciting and enjoyable. In this presentation, the familiar principles and procedures of behavior and learning will be applied to the special case of training we call parenting. Topics will include the ABCs of behavior, alternatives to punishment, the intrinsic vs. extrinsic reinforcer debate, why giving children the right kind of control matters, and how to stay in the role of mentor and ally.
We wanted to go further into some of these topics so now we're offering Part 2!
In Part 2 Susan will go into some more details on some topics in a formal presentation for about 30 minutes and then Joan and Susan will have an informal "off the cuff" discussion where anything can happen! We plan to talk more about giving kids control without letting them run wild, why positive parenting builds resiliency and anything else that comes to mind. We'll be taking your questions and comments and we'd love to have an interactive discussion with you.
NOTE: when you order Part 2 you'll have the option to purchase Part 1 for $5
Click here If you want to pay more than $5 for Part 1 (much appreciated!!) or to purchase Part 1 separately
This will be recorded and all registrants will have access to the recording. There will be no free option for the recording after the fact.
No CEUS for this one
Susan G. Friedman, Ph.D. is a professor emeritus in the Department of Psychology at Utah State University. Susan has co-authored chapters on behavior change in five veterinary texts, and her popular articles have been translated into 15 languages. She teaches seminars and a course on animal learning online (Living & Learning With Animals) and consults with zoos and animal organizations around the world. Susan was appointed to the F&WS California Condor Recovery Team from 2002 – 2010, after which time the team was retired due to the success of the birds in the wild. She is the Chairperson of the Scientific Advisory Committee of American Humane Association (AHA) Film and TV Unit, and a member in good standing of ABAI, ABMA, IAATE and IAABC. See behaviorworks.org and facebook.com/behaviorworks
Joan Orr M.Sc. is a scientist and internationally recognized clicker
trainer. Along with Theresa McKeon, Joan is the one of the cofounders of
TAGteach International, a company that promotes the application of
marker-based positive reinforcement training for humans. Joan was a
member of the Karen Pryor Clickertraining Clicker Expo Faculty for 9
years and content creator and advisor to the Karen Pryor Academy for
Animal Training and Behavior. She is a pioneer in the field of clicker
training rabbits and co-author the book: Getting Started Clicker
Training Your Rabbit. Joan and Teresa Lewin are co-founders of Doggone
Crazy Inc, a company dedicated to dog bite prevention through education.
They created the board game Doggone Crazy!, the “Doggie Detective”
bite prevention education program for elementary school children and the
Clicker Puppy training DVD. Joan has published many articles on dog
bite prevention, positive training methods in people and animals and the
importance of understanding dog body language. She has received many
awards for her work. Most recently Joan has teamed up with behavior
analyst Ryan O'Donnell to put on the annual conference: The Convergence
of Human & Animal Training and Technology (CHATTcon).