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Do you like watching sports on TV? Maybe listening to a symphonic orchestra performing? Oh wait, I know: have you watched countless time That Movie with your favourite actor/actress?
There is a thing in common between these performances: sportsmen, music players, actors that we love to watch are truly "talented". We love to watch them performing effortlessly their amazing skills. We supposed they are natural born with those gifts.
Let me disagree with you: there are no such gifts and there are not talented persons. There is only years of practice spent to getting better and better. In other words talented. The practice has made their behavior fluent (effortless, quick and correct).
Fluency is the key. Since fluency involves practice and practice is improved when we use TAGteach, in the webinar we will discuss about behavioral fluency: what it is and why everyone needs it. We will discuss how to use TAGteach tools to get faster to fluent behaviors in our learners.
Let me tell you: even Leonardo da Vinci was not talent born.
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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.