What will TAGteach do for me?
Do you feel frustrated when it seems that there's not enough time to teach all that your students deserve because of inattention or backtracking over material already covered?
Do you wish that your students would just get it right the first time?
TAGteach gives you the tools to simplify your instructions, use fewer words, give immediate feedback and get fast results. You'll be able to communicate effectively with your students and see success at each step.
Experienced teachers around the world have attended TAGteach seminars and have been amazed at the difference it's made in their teaching and in their businesses. Watch these videos with teachers and students explaining what they love about TAGteach.
Watch these students tell you what it's like to learn from a TAGteacher
Watch these teachers and coaches talk about how TAGteach increases success
You and your students deserve the best. Join us at a TAGteach workshop so that you'll learn how to harness the incredible power of behavior-based teaching to supercharge the learning environment, get better results, faster and with more joy for both you and your students. The live workshop experience is the best way to practice your new teaching skills, get practical tips and gain insight from others so that you'll be confident using it in your own teaching situation.
Come for 2 days of TAGteach and work toward your Level 2 certification. If you're already a TAGteacher or advanced clicker trainer or Applied Behavior Analyst, come to the Advanced Workshop to take your skills to the next level. If you're a beginner earn your Level 1 certification in advance through our online course for 50% off the regular course fee of $300.
Yes We've Got Data!
TAGteach studies have been presented at Applied Behavior Analysis conferences 48 times between 2005-2016. TAGteach has been found to be more effective and efficient as a way of teaching in many disciplines, including orthopedic surgeon training. The published study on this work was recently featured on the Scientific American blog.
Click here to see the full TAGteach reference list with links to full text of published studies, graduate student theses and conference presentations.