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A tagulator is a string of moveable beads, popularly used by TAGteachers and TAGlearners.

The core idea is simple: move a bead after each tag. As with most things, the function is probably different from scenario to scenario and person to person, but it seems there is more to the tagulator than just a simple visual representation of action completed. Learner’s love them and we think they deserve a deeper look.

Join TAGteach faculty instructor Eva Bertilsson and TAGteach founder Theresa McKeon as they share their theories, thoughts, and examples on the topic.

1. What is a tagulator, and where did the idea originate?

2. How can you and your learners make your own tagulators?

3. How have tagulators been used and in what environments?

4. When, where, why and how can tagulators be incorporated into your learning environment?

5. What are functions of a tagulator, both on the antecedent and the consequence side.

The webinar includes discussions, video examples, live demos and time for Q/A.

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Read an article about tagulators and how to make one - you can make your own before the webinar!


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After more than 30 years as a national level gymnastics coach, Theresa was determined to find a way to speed up skill acquisition for her athletes while simultaneously decreasing stress and fear in the learning environment. Her search for behaviorally sound techniques, clean instructions, and the proper timing of feedback and reinforcement, led to the development of the TAGteach methodology along with partners Joan Orr, Karen Pryor and Beth Wheeler. The success of the methodology has been accented by the wide range of applications embracing it.

Theresa now consults and designs TAGteach programs in multiple fields including: corporate training, industrial safety, medical and surgical training, sport coaching, even family communication. She is a sought after speaker around the world including Europe, U.K., Taiwan, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.


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. 

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