Superstar shapers, Peggy Hogan and Mary Hunter team up to answer your questions about behavior shaping and the skills that you need to improve your training and teaching. How This Session
Join Peggy Hogan to learn about some practical applications of behavior shaping in both people and horses with a focus on teaching learners how to give consent. Download PDF of Presentation Contact
Understanding stimulus control is crucial for anyone seeking to shape, condition, or modify behavior, such as teachers, animal trainers, parents, coaches, or therapists. The number one tool educators have is
Supercharge your behavior shaping! Learn how to transfer the action taught in isolation into the final goal behavior and you'll learn how to practice this skill.
Backchaining is a powerful way to teach skills, especially complex skills. This is an essential component for your teaching/training toolbox. Join us to learn how backchaining works, when to use and not to use it and how to break skills down and teach them effectively in a backchain.
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Join us for a fun primer on one of the most important skills you need to be the most effective teacher you can be. This skill is behavior shaping! Part art and part science, shaping is a skill that you can develop and increase no matter where you are on your own teaching/learning journey.
PORTL: The Portable Operant Research and Teaching Lab. This webinar will explain the basis of playing a game designed to improve behavior shaping skills.
You'll get important information about how to teach without touching or physical prompting and how to offer choice and consent to your learners. Anne will talk about how being an animal trainer made her a better people teacher/trainer.