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18Nov2009

Scratch page of references from Google on Precision Teaching Conference Presentations

 

Clean up, sort, create separate pages.

 

1982 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.

http://courses.washington.edu/edspe510/Downloads/White_PT_PL(small).pdf

1985 Noted as Fifth Annual Precision Teaching Conference

Reference to 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, WAHeinzig, 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

McGreevy, P. (1985). Making precision teaching part of your normal

teaching routine. Proceedings of the 1984 International Precision

Teaching Conference. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press.

Lindsley, O.R. (1980). Key note address. Precision Teaching Conference, Orlando, Florida.

Binder, C., Pollard, I.E. (1982). Diagnostic assessment in a transdisciplinary framework. Presented at the

Winter Precision Teaching Conference, Orlando, FL.

Cromey, A., & Merbitz. (1999). PT and data driven decision making: Making it happen in public schools. Paper presented at the 14th Precision Teaching Conference. Provo, UT.

Binder, C. & Haughton, E. (2002). Using Learning Channels and the Learning Channel Matrix. Paper presented at the 15th Annual Precision Teaching Conference, Harrisburg, PA.

Lindsley, O.R. (2002). Diagramming learning streams and learning stream glossary 2002. Invited address at the 15th Annual Precision Teaching Conference, Harrisburg, PA.

Binder, C., Pollard, I.E. (1982). Diagnostic assessment in a transdisciplinary framework. Presented at the

Winter Precision Teaching Conference, Orlando, FL.

Eller, B.F. (1993, March).Technology and the future of precision teaching. Paper presented at the Eleventh Annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

Lindsley, O.R. (1989). Wrap-up address on Precision Teaching. Keynote Address presented at the meeting of the Precision Teaching Conference, Sandiego, March of 1989. (Presentation taped March 1989 and transcribed April 1989 by J.W. Eshleman).

Barger-Anderson, R., & Kubina, R. M. (2002, November). “Impact on

fluency: Endurance and the use of repeated readings.” Paper presented at

the annual meeting of the International Precision Teaching Conference,

Harrisburg, PA

Kubina, R. M. (2002, November). “What my Penn State students have

taught me using Precision Teaching in public schools.” Paper presented

at the annual meeting of the International Precision Teaching

Conference, Harrisburg, PA.

Kubina, R. M., Heckard, B., Garrett, M., Line-Kohler, Y., Travis, K., &

Kelly, C. (2002, November). “How Precision Teaching can work for you

in a public school.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the

International Precision Teaching Conference, Harrisburg, PA.

Powell-Smith, K. A. (1998, March). Facilitating reintegration decisions using ongoing curriculumbased

measures of basic reading skills . Paper presented at the 1998 Florida Precision Teaching Conference

(1998 Council for Children with Behavior Disorders Conference), Sarasota, FL.

Big Sky Precision Teaching Conference,. Kalispell, hlontana, July 1977. (Spon- sored by the Great Falls Public School. District, Great Falls, hiontana.)

Morehead, M.K. & Howell, K.W. (1984) Direct Instruction and Formative Evaluation.

Paper presented at the National Precision Teaching Conference, Park City, UT

Koorland, M., & Fueyo, V. (1998, March). The teacher as researcher: Using precision teaching to solve individual

learner problems. Presentation for the annual meeting of the Florida Precision Teaching Conference, Sarasota,

FL.

Lindsley, O.R. (2003). Precision Teaching's eyes and ears: Standard Celeration Charts and terms.  Invited Address presented at the International Precision Teaching Conference, Columbus, OH 6 Nov 2003.

Fabrizio, M. (November 2003). Navigating the course of instruction: Identifying and evaluating instructional aims for children with autism and other special needs.  Invited address presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Columbus, Ohio.

Fabrizio, M. & Moors, A. (November 2004). Precision teaching and us: Lessons learned.  Paper presented as an invited address at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Naperville, Illinois.

Fabrizio, M. (November 2005). You are special! The uniqueness of precision teaching and precision teachers. Presidential address delivered at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Fabrizio, M., Ferris, K., & Pahl, S. Data-based decision making and the Standard Celeration Chart. Workshop presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Naperville, Illinois, November 2004.

Fabrizio, M. & Moors, A. (November 2002). It’s not an “either-or” situation: Combining a verbal behavior analysis of language and precision teaching in services to children with autism and related disorders. Paper presented at the semi-annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Moors, A. & Fabrizio, M. (November 2002). Integrating speech language pathology and precision teaching to improve intervention services to children with autism. Paper presented at the semi-annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Fabrizio, M., Kenna, K., Scarborough, M., Schoonover, R. & Rothweller, L. (November 2002). Precision Teaching in the Public Schools: The Morningside Model of Generative Reading Instruction in the Penn Manor School District. Paper presented at the semi-annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Fabrizio, M. & Moors, A. (November 2002). Developing requisite language component skills for reading comprehension in children with autism. Paper presented at the semi-annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

  46.  Schirmer, K., Fabrizio, M., & Pahl, S. (November 2003). Applying precision teaching to the measurement of group instruction skills for children with autism. Paper presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Columbus, Ohio.

 

  47. Moors, A., Ferris, K., Schirmer, K., Pahl, S., King, A., Zambolin, K., & Fabrizio, M. (November 2003). Using the Standard Celeration Chart to monitor the social skills progress of learners with autism.  Paper presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Columbus, Ohio.

 

  48. Fabrizio, M., Almon, H., & Ferris, K. (November 2003). Precision teaching and staff performance: Measuring and shaping exemplary performance in human services. Paper presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Columbus, Ohio.

 Fabrizio, M. & Isley, S. (November 2004). Multiple practices: The history, measurement, and effects of multiple timings in precision teaching. Paper presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Naperville, Illinois.

Fabrizio, M. (November 2004). The use of celeration in data-based decision making for children with autism. Paper presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Naperville, Illinois.

King, A., Ferris, K., Fabrizio, M., Marion, C., & Meilahn, K. (November 2004). Developing attending skills in a young child with autism through precision teaching. Data-based poster presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Naperville, Illinois.

  67.  Ferris, K., Fabrizio, M., Marion, C., Gentry, D., Barclay, S., & Carriere, D. (November 2004). Using student work choices to inform instructional programming for children with autism. Data-based poster presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Naperville, Illinois.

 

  68. Fabrizio, M. & Schirmer, K. (November 2004). Teaching sound frequency imitation to a child with autism. Data-based poster presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Naperville, Illinois.

 

  69. Pahl, S., Reihl, C., Lucas-Pahl, L., & Fabrizio, M. (November 2004). Using precision teaching to measure the instruction of attending skills involving non-vocal stimuli with children with autism. Data-based poster presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Naperville, Illinois.

  79.  McInnis, S., Zambolin, K., & Fabrizio, M. (November 2005). Teaching a Child with Autism to Answer Personal Information Questions Using Fluency-Based Instruction. Data-based poster presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

  80. Fabrizio, M. (November 2005). Developing instructional sequences for teaching basic motor skills. Paper presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

1982 White, O. R.  (1982)  Bother with bounce:  Variability in performance.  Presented at the Precision Teaching Conference, Orlando, FL, March.

1981 White, O. R.  (1981)  Performance based decisions in daily programming.  Presented at the Precision Teaching Conference, Kallispell, MT, August.

Graf, Stephan A. (1998) "Developing Basketball Shooting Fluency," International Precision Teaching Conference, Farmington, CT.

Binder, C. (2003). Removing Ceilings on Performance: Early Discoveries and Important Implications. Presented at the 2003 (November) Precision Teaching Conference in Columbus, OH

http://www.binder-riha.com/Binder_Removing_Ceilings.pdf

Alber, S. R., & Kubina, R. M. (2003). Teaching precision teaching to university students. Twenty-eighth Annual International Precision Teaching Conference. Columbus, OH.

Connolly, M., & Hendrickson, D. (1991). Commentary on the 9th international precision teaching conference. Journal of Precision Teaching, 8(1), 12-15.

Binder, C. (1991). The 9th international precision teaching conference: Highlights and

future directions. Future Choices. 2(3), 39-49.

2004- November Berens, K. & Berens, N. Multi-Channel and Single Channel

Approaches to Instruction. Paper presented at the annual

International Precision Teaching conference, Naperville, IL.

2004- November Berens, K. & Berens, N. Privatizing a University-Based Precision Teaching

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Program: Benefits and Limitations of Moving to the Private Sector. Paper presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Naperville, IL.

2004 – November Brooks-Rickard, K., Berens, K., & Kaelin, K. The Child Knows Best: Why Recipe Testing Doesn’t Work. Paper presented at the annual International Precision Teaching conference, Naperville, IL.

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

Bahr, D. L. (1984, April). If it’s worth teaching it’s worth precision teaching. International

      Precision Teaching Conference, Seattle, WA.

Bahr, D. L., & Heinzig-Taylor, L. (1984, April). Precision teaching inservice program.

      International Precision Teaching Conference, Seattle, WA.

Brady, K. K., & Kubina, R. M. (2008, November). Endurance of Multiplication Fact Fluency for Students

with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. In R. M. Kubina (Chair), The Theory of Behavioral

Fluency: The Evidence Base and Contemporary Research Studies. Paper presented at the annual

meeting of the International Precision Teaching Conference, New Brunswick, NJ. (Presenter)

Kostewicz, D. K., & Kubina, R. M. (2008, November). Science and Repeated Readings: Fluency with

Expository Text. In R. M. Kubina (Chair), The Theory of Behavioral Fluency: The Evidence Base

and Contemporary Research Studies. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International

Precision Teaching Conference, New Brunswick, NJ. (Co-Presenter)

Kubina, R. M., & Kubo Carranza, M. (2008, November). Performance Standards and Behavioral Fluency:

A Literature Review. In R. M. Kubina (Chair), The Theory of Behavioral Fluency: The Evidence

Base and Contemporary Research Studies. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the

International Precision Teaching Conference, New Brunswick, NJ. (Presenter)

Kubina, R. M., (2006, November). 1971 CEC Filmstrip on Precision Teaching. Paper presented at the annual

International Precision Teaching Conference, Chicago, IL. (Presenter)

Kubina, R. M., Kostewicz, D. E., & Datchuk, S. M. (2006, November). The Charting Heritage Series: Learning

the basics of the standard celeration chart. Workshop presented at the annual International Precision

Teaching Conference, Chicago, IL. (Presenter)

Kubina, R. M., Kostewicz, D. E., & Datchuk, S. M. (2006, November). The Charting Heritage Series:

Advanced standard celeration charting. Workshop presented at the annual International Precision

Teaching Conference, Chicago, IL. (Presenter)

Kubina, R. M. (2004, November). A literature review of behavioral fluency: Effects, affects, and other

observations. Keynote address presented at the annual International Precision Teaching

Conference, Chicago, IL. (Presenter)

Alber, S., & Kubina, R. M. (2003, November). Teaching Precision Teaching to university students. Paper

presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Columbus, OH. (Co-

Presenter)

Kubina, R. M., & Morrison, R. (2003, November). Directly to the point: Adding PT and DI reading programs

for children with autism spectrum disorder. Paper presented at the annual International Precision

Teaching Conference, Columbus, OH. (Co-Presenter)

Barger-Anderson, R. (2002, November). Impact on fluency: Endurance and the use of repeated readings. Paper

presented at the annual meeting of the International Precision Teaching Conference, Harrisburg,

PA. (Discussant – Kubina)

Kubina, R. M. (2002, November). What my Penn State students have taught me using Precision Teaching in

public schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Precision Teaching

Conference, Harrisburg, PA. (Presenter)

Kubina, R. M., Heckard, B., Garrett, M., Line-Kohler, Y., Travis, K., & Kelly, C. (2002, November). How

Precision Teaching can work for you in a public school. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the

International Precision Teaching Conference, Harrisburg, PA. (Co-Presenter)

Using Precision Teaching in a Homeschool Setting

Cynthia A. Riha Lizard Hollow Academy Santa Rosa, CA

2005 International Precision Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, PA

Cramer, M.T. (2005) “Integrating Precision Teaching with Direct Instruction,” 2005, National Precision Teaching

Conference, Pittsburg PA

Cramer, M.T. (2006)"School Wide Implementation of Direct Instruction, Applied Behavioral Analysis, and Precision

Teaching" 2006 International Precision Teaching Conference, Naperville, IL

Cramer, M.T. (2007)"The Future of Precision Teaching" 2007, International Precision Teaching Conference, Kansas

City, MS

Fabrizio, M., Moors, A., “Precision Teaching and Us, Lessons Learned”. Invited

address at the International Precision Teaching Conference, Napierville Il. November

2004

Fabrizio, M., Moors, A., Brunner, K. (November 2002). Integrating Speech

Language Pathology and Precision Teaching to Improve Intervention Services to

Children with Autism. Paper presented at the semi-annual conference of the

International Precision Teaching Society, Harrisburg, Pa.

Fabrizio, M., Moors, A., (November 2002). Developing Requisite Language

Components Skills for Reading Comprehension in Children with Autism. Paper

presented at the semi-annual conference of the International Precision Teaching

Society, Harrisburg, Pa.

Moors, A., Pahl, S., Schirmer, K., (November 2002). Teaching and Measuring

Daily Living and Recreational Skills for Children with Autism. Paper presented at

the semi-annual conference of the International Precision Teaching Society,

Harrisburg, Pa.

Fabrizio, M., Moors, A., (November 2002). It’s Not an “Either-Or” Situation:

Combining a Verbal Behavior Analysis of Language and Precision Teaching in

Services to Children with Autism and Related Disabilities. Paper presented at the

semi-annual conference of the International Precision Teaching Society,

Harrisburg, Pa.

Ferris, K., King, A., Fabrizio, M., Moors, A. (November 2002). Teaching

Advanced Language Skills to Children with Autism and Related Disabilities.

Paper presented at the semi-annual conference of the International Precision

Teaching Society, Harrisburg, Pa.

Malabello, G. & Moors, A. “Fluency-Based Instruction for Young Children with

Autism.” Workshop presented at the semiannual conference of the International

Precision Teaching Society, Logan, Utah October 1999.

1993 Cancio, E.J., and Maloney, M.J., Enhancing the Precision Teaching Process: Teaching students how to proficiently utilize the Standard Celeration Chart. Proceedings of the 11th Annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah.

19th International Precision Teaching Conference

Topics: Showcase Presentation: Achieve Fluency; Using Precision Teaching to Improve Reading Comprehension for an Elementary School Student with Autism

Presenters: Danusia Pawska, BCaBA and Christine Cukar-Capizzi

Date: November 3-5, 2006

Location: Chicago, IL

18th International Precision Teaching Conference

Title: Teaching a Child with Autism to Describe Pictures using Precision Teaching

Date: November 5, 2005

Presenters: Danusia Pawska, BCaBA and Christine Cukar, BCaBA

Location: Pittsbugh, PA

Eshleman, J. W. (1990). The history and future of Precision Teaching. Journal of Precision

Teaching, 7, (No. 2 Fall), 18-27

Lindsley, O. R., Calkin, A. B., & White, O. R. (1993,

March). Collecting learning: Pre-conference

workshop.

11th Annual International

Precision Teaching Conference. Salt Lake

City, UT

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.

   1.  Moors, A., King, A., Ferris, K., Isley, S., Calverley, H., Fabrizio, M.  Precision Teaching 201: Charting - An Introduction to the Standard Celeration Chart.  Workshop presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Lisle, Illinois, November 2004.

 

   2. Moors, A., Fabrizio, M., Calverley, H., Isley, S., McInnis, S., Pahl, S. How to Use Fluency-Based Instruction Techniques to Enhance Existing Educational Programs.  Workshop presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 2005.

 

   3. Moors, A., King, A., Morris, H., Calverley, H., Zambolin, K., McInnis, S., Fabrizio, M. Correcting Student Errors During Instruction.  Workshop presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 2005.

 

   4. Moors, A., Almon-Morris, H., Zambolin, K., Calverley, H. Precision Teaching Social Skills to Children with Autism and Related Disorders.  Workshop presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Lisle, Illinois, November 2006.

Ferris, K., St. Pierre, H., Laino, K.  Combining Direct Instruction and Precision Teaching for Learners with Autism.  Workshop presented at the annual Precision Teaching Conference, Kansas City, Missouri, November 2007. 

Zambolin, K., Calverley, H., McInnis, S. (2005) Toilet Training with Precision.  Paper presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Calverley, H., Ferris, K., Fabrizio, M. (2006) The Effects of Different Reinforcement Contingencies on Levels of Misbehavior and Work Production for a Young Child with Autism.  Paper presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, Lisle, Illinois

  11.  St. Pierre, H., Fabrizio, M.  (2008)  Teaching Children with Autism to Discriminate Private and Public Events.  Paper presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, New Brunswick, New Jersey.

 

  12. St. Pierre,H., Zambolin, K., Moors, A., Bui, J., (2008)  Developing Functional Communication: How to match Functional Communication Systems with the Changing Learner.  Paper presented at the annual International Precision Teaching Conference, New Brunswick, New Jersey.

   2.  Zambolin, K., Almon – Morris, H., Calverley, H., & McInnis, S., Correcting student errors. Workshop presented at the annual precision teaching conference, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, November 2005.

 

   3. Fabrizio, M., Zambolin, K., & Ferris, K. Beyond typical programming: Advanced topics in behavior analytic intervention for children with autism. Workshop presented at the annual precision teaching conference, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, November 2005.

 

   4. Almon – Morris, H., & Zambolin, K., Developing fluent language skills for children with autism – intermediate and advanced language. Workshop presented at the annual precision teaching conference, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, November 2005.

 Fabrizio, M., Almon-Morris, H., Ferris, K., & Zambolin, K. Ask the experts: Questions and answers regarding precision teaching-based intervention for learners with autism and related disabilities. Workshop presented at the annual International Precision teaching Conference, Kansas City, MO, November 2007.

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. 

Haughton, E.C. (1977). Tool skills and standard performance aims. Paper presented at the Big Sky Precision Teaching Conference, Kalispell, Montana, July.

Tindal, J. (1989, March). Preconference Institute. Eighth International Precision Teaching

Conference. San Diego, CA.

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

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.

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

Binder, C. (2003). Removing Ceilings on Performance: Early Discoveries and Important Implications. Presented at the 2003 (November) Precision Teaching Conference in Columbus, OH.

 

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