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OVERVIEW

Will the princess escape from evil queen’s plots?

In this webinar I will present and discuss a school project I did with my special needs student.

We had worked a lot on cursive writing because I wanted him to develop this skill and also because it is a good training for fine motor skills. Problem was that - I think - he had some aversive experiences with writing, especially with dictation in the past.

I never was able to have him to write what I was telling him. (I thought that dictation would been great because I would know in advance what he is writing and I could help/guide him via tag points in the process). That was my starting point for this school year.

After some experimenting, I stumbled on a way to have him write under dictation: let’s rewrite the fairy tales! What if the three little pigs were farting wood, straw and brick on the wolf?

We will talk about how to use success, TAGteach and Direct Instruction to change learners’ attitude, get them engaged and happy to learn.

Happily Ever After

Luca Canever


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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.