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Precision Teaching Hub and Wiki Description

Link to Precision Teaching wiki blog





2010 International Precision Teaching Conference

November 4-6, 2010 Seattle, WA

Call for papers & general info flyer

Info at Celeration.org


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Why frequency matters

Why celeration matters 

FAQs--about the Standard Celeration Chart

FAQs--about Precision Teaching

PT References and Texts  

PT Charts, Tools, Curricula 


Stuart Harder Excel Charting Templates

SCListserv and other PT LISTSERVS

The Standard Celeration Society  

Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration

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