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IPTC Presentations 2005

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18th International Precision Teaching Conference

November 3-5, 2005

Pittsburgh, PA

 

 

12/11/08 THIS PAGE IN PROGRESS TO ADD PRESENTATIONS AND PICTURES AS AVAILABLE

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS



Conference Title and Program

 

 

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IPTC Program book 2005

 

 

 

 

 

Conference program

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Available presentations:

 

 

Binder, C. (2005). How to plan for program implementation using The Six Boxes™ Model. 2005 International Precision Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Presentation

 

Binder, C. (2005). R/APS, REAPS, and other acronyms. On a panel chaired by Kent Johnson, with Michael Fabrizio and Elizabeth Haughton, entitled, "Aims: Growing and sharing – What we know about aims and what are the next questions." Presented at the 2005 International Precision Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Panel

 

Fabrizio, M. (2005). Developing Instructional Sequences for Teaching Motor Skills. 2005 International Precision Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Presentation

 

Fabrizio, M. (2005). Establishing Frequency Aims. 2005 International Precision Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Presentation

 

Fabrizio, M. (2005). You are Special!. 2005 International Precision Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Presentation

 

Laino, King & Moors (2005). Increasing a Child's Social Initiation Statements. 2005 International Precision Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Poster

 

McInnis, Zambolin & Fabrizio (2005). Teaching a Child with Autism to Answer Personal Information Questions Using Fluency-Based Instruction. 2005 International Precision Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Poster

 

Riha, C.A. (2005). Using Precision Teaching in a homeschool setting. 2005 International Precision Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Presentation

 

Zambolin, K. & Stack (2005). Using Fluency-Based Instruction to Increase the Cumulative Number of Mands and Tacts in the Repertoire of a Child with Autism. 2005 International Precision Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Poster

 

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