Cues are powerful and precious tools, but sometimes they can become poisoned. You'll learn how to spot a poisoned cue and how to bring your cues back to health.
This webinar will introduce you to the application of TAGteach to team sports. It assumes a basic level of understanding of TAGteach. We won't be covering much on the basics of TAGteach. You'll be interested in this if you work with groups of learners, since the methods that coaches use in group situations can apply to other kinds of groups. You'll also learn about skill breakdown and tag point development with sports examples, but these apply to any type of skill you need to teach.
Peggy will introduce ways of teaching horses to “give you permission or consent" to proceed or to indicate that they are “ready” to participate in an activity or procedure. Consent in this context is also a powerful tool for humans and we will look at ways we can recognize and cultivate consent cues with our human learners.
Most behavior problems and performance failures are the result of chains, either unintended or faultily-constructed. In this presentation you'll how to build chains that last, fix wobbly ones, and dismantle the problematic chains that have crept into your and your learner's repertoires.