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This webinar will be presented by Luca Canever and Anne Wormald of the TAGteach Faculty.

Teaching and Learning is an ongoing process. With TAGteach we have developed the understanding that teaching has to be broken down into small steps that are within the reach of  learners. Teach one step, learn one step, move to the next one. Repeat.

How can teachers evaluate when students are ready for the "next step"?

In everyday life we use empirical observations. We look at students and we decide that Sam is "good" at kicking the ball or that Sally's drawing skills are awesome.

But these observations are not enough in many settings where learning is a serious business: school, workplaces, emergency procedures, special needs. When life skills or safety is at risk,  teachers need measurements, not just observations.

This is where we want to use Precision Teaching.

Precision Teaching is a measurement system of behaviors. It allows teachers to make effective decisions based on the data displayed on the Standard Celeration Chart.

Some of the topics that will be covered:

- Precision Teaching and the Standard Celeration Chart

-Working together: TAGteach and Precision Teaching

-Behavioral Fluency



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Anne holds a Masters degree in Applied Disability Studies from Brock University and is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She is a member of the TAGteach Faculty and manages the certification assessment program for TAGteach International. Anne is a pioneer in the integration of TAGteach and precision teaching and was an invited speaker at the International Precision Teaching Conference in 2017 on this topic.

Anne has extensive experience training and teaching people. She is an NCCP Certified Level 2 gymnastics coach, a Level 1 coach for the Canadian Association of Disabled Snowsports and works as a behavior analyst serving both parents and children living with autism. She began her teaching career at age 11, as an assistant helping to teach adults to train their puppies.

Anne has extensive experience with clicker training several species of animals. She was a pioneer in the field of rabbit training. As a child she was a feature trainer in the award winning Clicker Puppy Training DVD. She was the recipient of the Innovation Award and Humane Trainer Award from the International Positive Dog Trainers Association in 2005.


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.

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