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IPTC Presentations 2008

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21st Annual International Precision Teaching Conference

November 6-8, 2008

Rutgers University

Douglass Campus Center

100 George Street

New Brunswick, NJ

Conference Title

Precision Teaching: R.U. Charting?


Conference program


Available presentations

Section in progress.

Thursday 11/6/08 Presentations--currently no presentations posted.

Friday 11/7/08 Presentations


Symposium Fri 11/7/08 10:10-12:00, NJC Lounge

Intervening with Private Events with learners with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Michael Fabrizio, Abigail Calkin, Sara Pahl, Heidi St. Pierre


Heidi St. Pierre & Michael Fabrizio

Organization for Research and Learning, Seattle, WA.

Teaching Children with Autism to Discriminate Private and Public Events Paper (handouts)


Michael Fabrizio & Sara Pahl

Identifying and Defining Private Events for Clinical Intervention for Youth with ASD Paper (handouts)



Workshop Fri 11/7/08 3:10-5:00PM, Whitman

Change Thoughts and Feelings!

Abigail Calkin, Ph.D.

Changing Thoughts, Feeling and Urges (large file)



Saturday 11/8/08 presentations


Invited Keynote Sa 11/8/08 8:30-10:00am, Trayes Hall A&B.

Charles Merbitz, Ph.D., BCBA

Nancy Merbitz, Ph.D

Some Implications of Selectionism for PT and ABA


Paper Sa 11/8/08 10:10-11:00am, Trayes Hall B.

Clay M. Starlin, Ed.D.

The Science of Education

4.9Mb/large file.




The below are in progress to being filed under day/session

Organization for Research and Learning

Precision Teaching and Advanced Language Skills Paper (handouts)


Fluency-Based Instruction and Basic Language Skills Paper (handouts)

Laino & Zambolin

Charting to Improve Professional Skills Paper (handouts)




11/10/08 Photos and slideshow of IPTC 2008

Rick Kubina has posted a photo slideshow of talks, people and events at the conference.

Thanks Rick!



Announcements from IPTC 2008

11/09/08 IPTC 2008 over for this year! Next year's conference at Penn State


IPTC 2008/Rutgers has just concluded and it was an enjoyable and informative experience on a beautiful campus.

Thanks to the Program and Local Organizing Committees for a great job!

Next year's conference will be held at Penn State- check Standard Celeration Society website for information on the 2009 conferenence as it comes online!



9/19/08 Online registration and full program available for the 2008 International Precision Teaching Conference, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.


Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center, Rutgers University, NJ, USA


The Standard Celeration Society


Precision Teaching: R U Charting?

21st Annual International Precision Teaching Conference

November 6-8, 2008

Rutgers University, Douglass Campus

100 George St., New Brunswick NJ, USA

Workshops at introductory, intermediate levels. Presentations on applications of the Standard Celeration Chart and Precision Teaching with many populations, curricula and skills.

BACB CEUs available (req. additional fees).

Early Registration Deadline October 15, 2008

Discounts for students and members of the Standard Celeration Society (option to join at Celeration.org).

Register for 1, 2 or all 3 days.

Online registration, conference program and hotel information

Celeration.org--Website of the Standard Celeration Society

Questions about registration:

Scott Born; EMAIL

Questions about sessions: Courtney

Peppers-Owen at Jacksonville State University;

(256) 782-5575, or EMAIL



5/27/08--Reminder from Courtney Peppers-Owen IPTC 2008 Program Committee Chair


Hello all! The 2008 IPTC program committee wants to remind everyone that the deadline for proposals for the 21st Annual International Precision Teaching Conference is near!

All non-web submissions MUST be emailed or POSTMARKED by 02-Jun-2008 to receive full consideration for the Annual Conference. Web submissions will be accepted until 16-Jun-2008. Please go to:celeration.org for full details of the submission process.

The committee hopes that everyone will take advantage of the newly designed online submission process which is easy and convenient.

Please let me know if you have any questions. The program committee looks forward to your proposals.

Thanks and happy charting!

Courtney Peppers-Owen

IPTC 2008 Program Committee Chair



5/4/08 IPTC 2008 Call for papers now open



All non-web submissions must be emailed or POSTMARKED by 02-Jun-2008 to receive full consideration for the Annual Conference. Web submissions will be accepted until 16-Jun-2008 at http://www.celeration.org.

The Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center of Rutgers University presents:

Precision Teaching: R.U. Charting?

21st International Precision Teaching Conference

November 6-8, 2008

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ




2/8/08 2/6/08 IPTC 2008 Update posted by Marlene Cohen at the Celeration.org website.

Info on the hotel, strategics, call for assistance with the conference planning committee and contact people for questions and concerns.

They are looking for folks to help on the conference planning committee! Please volunteer to lend a hand if you can!


12/7/07 Main IPTC 2008 Info page

Announcement from Standard Celeration Society, dated 12/7/07

"There is now a section for information about the IPTC 2008, hosted by the Douglass Outreach program at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ." Check in for more info as it becomes available.










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