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Int'l Precision Teaching Conference (IPTC)

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The International Precision Teaching Conference (IPTC) is the annual meeting and conference of The Standard Celeration Society.

In general, the conference is held annually in early December.  More about the Standard Celeration Society



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Announcement of this year's International Precision Teaching Conference  and call for papers/info flyer

 

The 2013 International Precision Teaching Conference will be held in Tampa Bay, FL.

December 5-7, 2013

The Sirata Beach Resort and Conference Center
 

 

Check in at Celeration.org, the Standard Celeration Society website for news and info on the 2013 IPTC as plans progress!

 

 


Request for information to help with IPTC/Precision Teaching Conf. Chronology

There is some contradiction via google and in publications as to annual conferences , hence the out of sequence or replicated numbers.

If anyone has accurate information to help correct, fill in the gaps, or corroborate the Chronology of IPTC table (below),

please contact us. Thanks!

 

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Chronology of IPTC or other Precision Teaching conferences 1977-current

# YEAR DATE LOCATION TITLE AND/OR NOTES
? 1977 July Kalispell, MT Big Sky Precision Teaching Conference[1]
  1977 ? Kansas City, KS 'Per Michael Maloney'
  1979? ? Kalispell, MT A Kalispell conference in 1979 described on page 46 of the Data-sharing Newsletter.
  1980   Orlando, FL Per Eugene "Skip" Berquam, Sept 2009: "The Orlando Precision Teaching Conferences were started as part of the Orange County Schools Precision Teaching Project. I was the first director of that project, which began in 1980, and I started the conferences.  This was the first open-registration national level conference on precision teaching."
  1981 February 5-7[2] Orlando, FL

Winter Precision Teaching Conference

[3]

Conference Notes (J. Eshleman)

  1981? August? Kalispell, MT Reference to a "Precision Teaching Conference, Kallispell, MT" [4]
? 1982 March Orlando, FL "2nd Annual Precision Teaching Winter Conference" [5]
  1983 March Orlando, FL Conference Notes (J. Eshleman)
  1984?   Logan, UT Pat McGreevy noted that Proceedings were issued from this conference. [6]
  1984 ? Park City, UT A citation refers to a "National Precision Teaching Conference"[7]
5? 1985 May Seattle, WA "Fifth Annual Precision Teaching Conference" [8]
6 1986 ? ?, UT "Sixth Annual Precision Teaching Conference" [9]
  1986 November Miami, FL

Annual meeting of the National Precision Teaching Conference, Miami, FL[10]

? 1987 ? Logan, UT  
7 1988 Ends January 20 Orlando, FL

Seventh International Precision Learning/Precision Teaching Conference

Hilton Florida Center

300 attendees[11]

8 1989 March 5-7 San Diego, CA

Eighth International Precision Teaching
Conference

Conference Notes (J.W. Eshleman)

9 1990 Oct 31-Nov 3 [12] Boston, MA

Ninth International Precision Teaching Conference

Boston Park Plaza Hotel

Published papers on this conference: Connolly, M., & Hendrickson, D. (1991).[13] ; Binder, C. (1991). [14]

Conference Organizer: Carl Bender

Conference attended by Stephanie Bates of "Charting Rates with Stephanie Bates"

10 1992 3/25-28 [15] Park City, UT

Tenth International Precision Teaching Conference

An Educational Summit: Establishing America's Agenda For Accountability

Published paper on this conference: Keller, D., & Schroeder, B. (1993).[16]

Conference Notes (J.W. Eshleman)

11 1993 March Salt Lake City, UT

11th Annual International Precision Teaching Conference

Proceedings issued from this conference.

  1996   Seattle, WA  
13 1997 10/30-11/1 Hartford/Farmington, CT

Conference announcement originally posted on the SCListserv.

Conference Organizers
Aileen Stan-Spence, Claudia McDade

Beatrice Barrett, Ph.D. receives the Standard Celeration Society's first Lifetime Achievement Award, per SCListserv.

? 1998 March Sarasota, FL  
14 1999 11/4-5 6 Provo, UT

Precision Teaching: Charting the Course for the Future

Announcements and Call for Papers

Conference Organizers:

Tracy Stewart, Bruce Schroeder

Noted that there were 576 National and International attendees at this conference [17]

? 2000 ? West Hartford, CT  
? 2001 ? ?  
15 2002 11/8-9 Harrisburg, PA

IPTC2002 program coverOrganizer: Rick Kubina

Conference Program

Rick Kubina's PT Party slideshow of IPTC 2002

 

16 2003 11/6-8 Columbus, OH

IPTC 2005 Program coverOrganizer: Rick Kubina

Conference Program

(Preliminary Info)

Rick Kubina's PT Party slideshow of IPTC 2003

17 2004 11/18-20 Lisle/Napierville, IL

IPTC 2004 program coverPrecision Teaching: It's About Time!

Conference program & some presentations

Organizers: Elayne Nickolaou, George Vinci, Chuck Merbitz, Nancy Hansen Merbitz, Doreen Vietitez

18 2005 11/3-5 Pittsburg, PA

IPTC Program 2005(none?)

Conference program & some presentations

Conference Organizer: Bill Helsel

19 2006 11/2-4 Lisle/Napierville, IL

IPTC 2006 Program coverEvery Minute Counts!

Conference program & some presentations

Organizers: Chuck Merbitz, Nancy Merbitz, Ben Merbitz

20 2007 11/1-3 Kansas City, MO

Back to the Future:Honoring the Past, Navigating the Future

Conference program & some presentations

Hosted by BRCo and the Lindsley Archives Committee.

Organizers: Scott Born, Nancy Hughes-Lindsley

21 2008 11/6-8 New Brunswick, NJ

IPTC 2008 Program coverPrecision Teaching: R.U. Charting?

Henry (Hank) Pennypacker, Ph.D., receives the Standard Celeration Society Lifetime Achievement Award.

Conference program & some presentations

Conference Committee:Marlene Cohen, Donna Sloan, Mary Sens-Azara (Rutgers)

Program Chair: Courtney Pepper-Owens (Jacksonville State University)

Rick Kubina's PT Party Slide Show of IPTC 2008

IPTC 2008

22 2009 10/29-31 Penn State, PA

IPTV 2009 Program coverPrecision Teaching and Science: Candles in the Dark

Owen R. White, Ph.D., receives the Standard Celeration Society Lifetime Achievement Award.

Conference program and past info

Conference Committee Chair: Rick Kubina

Program Committee: Bill Helsel, Kelly Ferris, Courtney Pepper-Owens, Scott Born

Rick Kubina's PT Party Slide Show of Chart Share at IPTC 2009

Michelle Fosse Chart Share IPTC 2009

23 2010 11/4-6 Seattle, WA

IPTC2010CFPPrecision Teaching: Out of the Closet and into the World of Education

Conference Committee Chairs: Kelly Ferris, Kris Melroe

Program Committee

Sponsored by SCS, Morningside Academy, Organization for Research and Learning, FEAT of Washington

24 2011   Reno or NC?  

 

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Old News stories found in Google News 1/31/08

See bottom of page for footnotes to the table of Precision Teaching Conferences.

 

(1)Worcester Telegram Gazette - NewsBank - Oct 22, 1990

MILFORD - Evergreen Center, a school for the handicapped, is one of the sponsors of the ninth International Precision Teaching Conference to be held Oct. ...

 

(2)"Deseret News, The (Salt Lake City, UT) - March 26, 1992

PARK CITY IS HOSTING WORLD CONFERENCE ON PRECISION TEACHING

The 10th annual International Precision Teaching Conference is being held Wednesday, March 25, through Saturday, March 28, in the Prospector Square Hotel and Conference Center. Educators and policy-makers from the United States and Canada are expected to attend.Precision teaching is an education approach that allows children to progress at their own rate toward measurable learning goals. The system was originated by Dr. Ogden Lindsley, professor emeritus, University of Kansas. The Utah..."

 

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Footnotes

  1. Kalispell Described pp. 46-48, Binder, The Data-sharing Newsletter 1977-1982 http://www.fluency.org/Data-sharingNewsletter.pdf
  2. "The Presision Teaching Winter Conference will take place in Orlando, Florida, on February 5-7 under the auspices of Precision Teachers of Orange County. This will be a major get-together of PT folks from around the continent. Skip [Eugene] Berquam, Project Administrator of the Orange County Precision Teaching Project, informs me that late registration will be accepted" from, Binder, Datasharing Newsletter 1977-1982, http://www.fluency.org/Data-sharingNewsletter.pdf accessed 13Dec2009.
  3. "Og Lindsley shared some information at the Orlando PT conference in February that should make a few waves...", p. 91, Binder, The Data-sharing Newsletter 1977-1982 http://www.fluency.org/Data-sharingNewsletter.pdf
  4. White, O. R. (1981) Performance based decisions in daily programming. Presented at the Precision Teaching Conference, Kallispell, MT, August.
  5. Albrecht, P. (1982). Data Decision Rules, Second Annual Meeting of the Precision Teaching Winter Conference. March 1982, Orlando, FL. ; Albrecht, P. (1982). Data-Based Decion Rules. Paper presented in a special symposium, H. Pennypacker (chair), Trainer's Institute of the Second Annual Meeting of the Precision Teaching Winter Conference. March 1982, Orlando, FL; West, R. (1982). The use of decision rules to assist normal and handicapped students to manage their own academic programs, Second Annual Meeting of the Precision Teaching Winter Conference. March 1982, Orlando, FL. in White, O.R. (1984) Precision Teaching — Precision Learning. Exceptional Children, Special Issue: In search of excellence: Instruction that works in special education classrooms 52(6): 522-534.
  6. Proceedings of the 1984 International Precision Teaching Conference. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press.
  7. Morehead, M.K. & Howell, K.W. (1984) Direct Instruction and Formative Evaluation. Paper presented at the National Precision Teaching Conference, Park City, UT.
  8. Butler, M. , and Memmott, M. (1985). Open the parent treasury: Training parents to work with students. Presentation, Fifth Annual International Precision Teaching Conference. May 1985, Seattle, WA.; Butler, M. , and Thompson, L. A. (1985). Students managing their own behavior — Davis District Style. Presentation, Fifth Annual International Precision Teaching Conference. May 1985, Seattle, WA; Heinzig, L. (1985). Teach, then test: Direct teaching of reading skills. Presentation, Fifth Annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Seattle, WA., in White, O.R. (1984) Precision Teaching — Precision Learning. Exceptional Children, Special Issue: In search of excellence: Instruction that works in special education classrooms 52(6): 522-534. http://courses.washington.edu/edspe510/Downloads/White_PT_PL(small).pdf
  9. Graf, S.A. (1986). SAFMEDS & TAFMEDS: Blending precision teaching with microcomputer technology. Paper presented at the sixth annual meeting of the Precision Teaching Conference, Utah.
  10. Harrell, K. (1986, November). Transitioning black students misclassified as mentallyretarded back into regular education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Precision Teaching Conference, Miami, FL
  11. Orlando Sentinel - ProQuest Archiver - Jan 11, 1988 Precision Teaching Conference, Hilton Florida Center, through Jan. 20, 300 delegates.
  12. Worcester Telegram Gazette - NewsBank - Oct 22, 1990 MILFORD - Evergreen Center, a school for the handicapped, is one of the sponsors of the ninth International Precision Teaching Conference to be held Oct. ...
  13. Connolly, M., & Hendrickson, D. (1991). Commentary on the 9th international precision teaching conference. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(1), 12-15.
  14. Binder, C. (1991). The 9th international precision teaching conference: Highlights and future directions. Future Choices. 2(3), 39-49.
  15. "Deseret News, The (Salt Lake City, UT) - March 26, 1992 PARK CITY IS HOSTING WORLD CONFERENCE ON PRECISION TEACHING The 10th annual International Precision Teaching Conference is being held Wednesday, March 25, through Saturday, March 28, in the Prospector Square Hotel and Conference Center. Educators and policy-makers from the United States and Canada are expected to attend.Precision teaching is an education approach that allows children to progress at their own rate toward measurable learning goals. The system was originated by Dr. Ogden Lindsley, professor emeritus, University of Kansas. The Utah..."
  16. Keller, D., & Schroeder, B. (1993). Use of the standard celeration chart for audience attitude rating of the 10th annual international precision teaching conference. Journal of Precision Teaching, X(2), 71-74.
  17. Tracy Stewart recapped the 14th International Precision Teaching Conference that was held on November 4-6, 1999. There were 576 attendees from all across the country and even some from outside the country. She encouraged consortium members to talk with those from their districts that attended. Consortium Meeting Minutes November 12, 1999 http://www.updc.org/cspd/consortium/file/nov99.html

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