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As of Jun 2009, informal reporting has been moved to the

Precision Teaching Hub and Wiki Blog

RSS feed for the blog is below, and news & announcements prior to that date.

  1. Precision Teaching Hub and Wiki Blog
  2. 6/12/09 News/RSS feeds from the Precision Teaching Hub and Wiki Blog
  3. 2/18/09 Kids having fun going FAST--FASTAR Tournament at Roger Bacon Academy/Charter Day School
  4. 1/31/09 New podcast at PT Party - Dr. Henry "Hank" Pennypacker
  5. 12/16/08 Interesting blog post at Standard Celeration Charting wordpress blog
  6. 11/09/08 IPTC 2008 over for this year! Next year's conference at Penn State 
  7. 11/14/08 Slides from some of the presentations at IPTC 2008 posted.
  8. 11/10/08 Photos and slideshow of IPTC 2008
  9. 9/19/08 Online registration and full program available for the 2008 International Precision Teaching Conference, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.
  10. 9/1/08 For information on 2008 International Precision Teaching Conference/Rutgers, NJ. see Celeration.org
  11. 9/1/08 Calendar lock-in dates academic year 2008-2009, and 2009-2010
  12. 8/1/08 Precision Teaching/BCBA Faculty position at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Department of Applied Behavior Analysis. 
  13. 7/26/08 Interesting stories from New Orleans press on Shawn Datchuk/former PSU/Kubina student
  14. 6/2/08 New Podcast at the PT Party: Shawn Datchuk, New Orleans teacher
  15. Workshop of interest at July 20-24, 2008 National Direct Instruction Conference, Eugene, OR
  16. 5/29/08 Results from Standard Celeration Society Elections 5/25/08
  17. 5/27/08--Reminder from Courtney Peppers-Owen IPTC 2008 Program Committee Chair 
  18. 5/20/08 Standard Celeration Society online voting until 5/24/08 for 2008-2010 officers
  19. More ONLINE issues of the Journal of Precision Teaching/Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration
  20. 5/4/08 IPTC 2008/Rutgers Call for Presentations now open! 
  21. Reprints of 1971 Special Edition of Teaching Exceptional Children, 3(3), is available at Behavior Research Company.
  22. 4/22/08 Standard Celeration Society officer nominations for May elections & JPTC mailing announcement 
  23. 4/8/08 2 week deadline Call for posters for ABA Intl Education Conference, Sept 5-7, 2008
  24. 3/19/08 Registration Open for Morningside Teachers' Academy Summer School Institute
  25. 2/8/08 2/6/08 JPTC 2008 Update posted by Marlene Cohen at the Celeration.org website.
  26. 1/31/08 Rick Kubina has a new podcast online--Clay Starlin Ph.D, UO
  27. 1/28/08 Backissues of The Journal of Precision Teaching (JPT) and Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration (JPTC) ONLINE!
  28. 12/29/07 Ogden Lindsley podcasts at Behavior Research Co.
  29. 12/7/07 Placeholder for IPTC 2008 conference set up
  30. 11/12/07 IPTC conference for 2007 was a hit!
  31. 11/12/07 Next podcast at the PT Party will be Dr. Owen White,
  32. 8/16/07 Check out the improved Standard Celeration Society Website
  33. 7/10/07 At Kitchen Table Math Blogspot, the topic is Precision Teaching.
  34. 7/8/07 Rick Kubina's posting of 10th anniversary charts for the SCListserv
  35. 6/28/07 Possible incompatibility with the Excel Charting Templates and Excel 2007
  36. 6/27/07 Interesting online tutorial on SCC analysis, including jumps and turns by Rick Kubina
  37. 6/26/07 Rick Kubina has some announcements of some cool happenings at The PT Party. 
  38. 6/22/07 An INCOMPATIBILITY has been discovered with Stuart Harder Charting Templates and OpenOffice Calc
  39. 5/14/07 BF Skinner lecturing on The Shame of American Education 
  40. 5/4/07 Red Sarna has posted an excellent overview, with visuals, of Precision Teaching:
  41. 4/8/07 Rick Kubina has started a blog! 
  42. 4/8/07 Cool Blog on principles of behavior

 



6/12/09 News/RSS feeds from the Precision Teaching Hub and Wiki Blog

 

 

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2/18/09 Kids having fun going FAST--FASTAR Tournament at Roger Bacon Academy/Charter Day School

Baker Mitchell shared a slideshow and video of the 2007 and 2008 FASTAR Tournaments

FASTAR â€” the Fluent Academic Skills Tournament for Arithmetic and Reading

Rober Bacon Academy/Charter Day School

North Carolina

 

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1/31/09 New podcast at PT Party - Dr. Henry "Hank" Pennypacker

Another great online interview by Rick Kubina, this time Dr. Hank Pennypacker.

January 31, 2009

Notes: The first part of the program is introduction of the new Co-host, and some chat about the International Precision Teaching Conference 2008 (Rutgers) and IPTC 2009 (Penn State)

 

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12/16/08 Interesting blog post at Standard Celeration Charting wordpress blog

John W. Eshleman has posted an interesting blog discussion about precision, and possibly the lack therein, in contemporary applied behavior analysis.

\"Charting versus 'Junk Behaviorism'\"

Standard Celeration Charting wordpress blog

 

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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!

 

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11/14/08 Slides from some of the presentations at IPTC 2008 posted.

 

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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!

 

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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

and

The Standard Celeration Society

present,

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

 

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9/1/08 For information on 2008 International Precision Teaching Conference/Rutgers, NJ. see Celeration.org

CALL FOR PAPERS/PROPOSALS CLOSED JUNE 2, 2008

 

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9/1/08 Calendar lock-in dates academic year 2008-2009, and 2009-2010

for the Dpmin-11EC Daily per minute chart.

 

"...The chart-convention is that the first chart of the academic year starts on the Sunday of the week of Labor Day...The lock-in date standardization was set to facilitate the ease of across-chart comparisons and discovery, not only with your classroom, but within your school, district, county, state, or other geographical regions...."

Originally from SCC Calendar Lock-in Date--2000-2001, Malcolm Neely, Ph.D.,

Full description, [http://lists.psu.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A2=ind0009&L=SCLISTSERV&T=0&F=&S=&P=15047

|SCListserv post 9/9/2000]

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2008-2009

Chart 1: Sunday 31 AUG 08 (Sunday before US Labor Day)

Chart 2: Sunday 18 JAN 09

Chart 3: Sunday 7 JUN 09

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2009-2010

Chart 1: Sunday 6 SEP 09 (Sunday before US Labor Day)

Chart 2: Sunday 24 JAN 10

Chart 3: Sunday 13 JUN 10

 

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8/1/08 Precision Teaching/BCBA Faculty position at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Department of Applied Behavior Analysis. 

Message posted 8/1/08 to the SCListserv from Charles "Chuck" Merbitz, Department Chairman.

 

"...Due to an unexpected vacancy, we again will have a faculty (doctoral) opening for Fall 2008..."

Please feel free to circulate information on this opportunity.

 

Information flyers on the position and application:

MSWord format

pdf format

 

Please note that this website is not affiliated with the Chicago School and message posting is just FYI. For further information, please see the posted flyers. Thanks.

 

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7/26/08 Interesting stories from New Orleans press on Shawn Datchuk/former PSU/Kubina student

The interviewee of the 5/31/08 podcast at the PT Party, Shawn Datchuk, was profiled in the New Orleans Time Picayune,

Nola college prep teachers--Shawn Datchuk

TOUGH ASSIGNMENT Times-Picayune 6/26/08

ALL FOR ONE The Times-Picayune, 6/27/08

RACE AGAINST CLOCK The Times-Picayune, 6/28/08

 

Nice work Mr. Datchuk!, and thanks to Rick Kubina for pointing out the series.

 

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6/2/08 New Podcast at the PT Party: Shawn Datchuk, New Orleans teacher

 

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Workshop of interest at July 20-24, 2008 National Direct Instruction Conference, Eugene, OR

34th Annual National Direct Instruction Conference and Institutes at Eugene

July 20-24, 2008

Hilton Eugene Hotel & Conference Center

Eugene, OR

 

One highlight that might be of particular interest

 

E SESSIONS—MONDAY & TUESDAY AFTERNOONS

E3) Fluency and Direct Instruction Anne Desjardin, Tim Slocum, Cathy Watkinss

Intended Audience: Open

"For many academic skills, accurate performance is not enough. To be most useful in a wide variety of situations, these skills must be fluent. Fluency is the combination of accuracy, speed,

and ease of performance. In this session, participants will learn strategies and tactics to promote fluency of key skills taught in Direct Instruction programs. The session will (a) explore the importance of fluency, (b) teach the use of the Standard Celeration Chart for monitoring fluency, (c) identify skills for which fluency is important, and (d) recommend specific fluency-building procedures that can be used to supplement Direct Instruction programs."

 

The full brochure and registration form

Association for Direct Instruction website

 

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5/29/08 Results from Standard Celeration Society Elections 5/25/08

New officers have two year terms

President: Bill Helsel

Past President: Michael Fabrizio

Vice President: Kelly Ferris

Secretary: Regina Claypool-Frey

Already serving:

Treasurer: Chuck Merbitz

Journal of Precision Teaching Editor (4 year term): Rick Kubina

 

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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

 

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5/20/08 Standard Celeration Society online voting until 5/24/08 for 2008-2010 officers

Announcement of the nominees and voting process; posted 5/19/08 by Scott Born on the SCListserv

SCS members can vote at the Standard Celeration Society website

 

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More ONLINE issues of the Journal of Precision Teaching/Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration

Volume 18, Issue 1

Volume 18, Issue 2

Volume 19, Issue 1

Volume 19, Issue 2

Volume 20, Issue 1

 

All volumes online to date with indices

 

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5/4/08 IPTC 2008/Rutgers Call for Presentations now open! 

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS!

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

 

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Reprints of 1971 Special Edition of Teaching Exceptional Children, 3(3), is available at Behavior Research Company.

This issue is very hard to locate and is not available online or through CEC. BRCo. is making it available for $5.00, or $1.00 with purchase of another item sold through BRCo.

Index

  • Johnson, E.C. (1971). Precision teaching helps children learn. Teaching Exceptional Children, 3, 106-110.
  • Bates, S., & Bates, D. F. (1971). ... and a child shall lead them:Stephanie's chart story. Teaching Exceptional Children, 3, 111-113.
  • Lindsley, O. R. (1971) Precision teaching in perspective: An interview. Teaching Exceptional Children, 3, 114-119.
  • Galloway, C., & Galloway, K.C. (1971). Parent classes in precise behavior management. Teaching Exceptional Children, 3, 120-128.
  • Starlin, C. (1971). Peers and precision. Teaching Exceptional Children, 3, 129-132, 137-140.
  • Haughton, E.C. (1971). Great gains from small starts. Teaching Exceptional Children, 3, 141-146.
  • Cohen, M.A., & Grant, M.L. (1971). Applying precision teaching to academic assessment. Teaching Exceptional Children, 3, 147-150.
  • Duncan, A. D. (1971). The view for the inner eye: Personal management of inner and outer behaviors. Teaching Exceptional Children, 3, 152-156.
  • Koenig, C. (1971). The behavior bank: A system for sharing precise information. Teaching Exceptional Children, 3, 157.

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4/22/08 Standard Celeration Society officer nominations for May elections & JPTC mailing announcement 

Message posted 4/18/08 on SCListserv from current Standard Celeration Society President, Michael Fabrizio, MA, BCBA.

Note: The online nomination form is open at Standard Celeration Society website

 

"As you may be aware, the SCS has been working to move its voting on SCS affairs to an online format in an effort to make it easier for all SCS members to participate in SCS activities. To that end, the SCS will soon release an online nominations form through the SCS website. Using this form, current SCS members can nominate folks for the positions of SCS President, Vice President, and Secretary, as terms for each of those offices end in May 2008. If you would like to participate in the nomination process and the election to follow in May, please ensure that you are a current SCS member. You can check your membership status through the SCS website.

 

Also, I am pleased to announce that the latest issue of JPTC has arrived back from the printers and will be mailed shortly. Please note that this is the last printed issue you will receive as part of your membership to the SCS. Future editions of JPTC will be produced and distributed electronically to current SCS members as part of their SCS membership benefits. For those of you who prefer to receive JPTC in printed form, not to worry! You will have the option of receiving JPTC in printed form via a new print on demand option that the SCS will make available to you through the SCS website."

 

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4/8/08 2 week deadline Call for posters for ABA Intl Education Conference, Sept 5-7, 2008

For more information, ABA International Education Conference

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3/19/08 Registration Open for Morningside Teachers' Academy Summer School Institute

 

Morningside Teachers' Academy

17th Annual Summer School Institute

Seattle, WA

July 14-August 1, 2008

http://www.morningsideteachers.org/

 

Week 1/July 14-18: Fundamentals of Instruction for Reading, Writing & Math

Overview of the Morningside Model of Generative Instruction. Learn about various research-based instructional protocols such as mathetics (demonstrate, guide and test), think-alouds, delayed prompting and TAPS (Talking Aloud Problem Solving). Participants will be able to practice these protocols in various academic areas.

 

Week 2/July 21-25: Practice Strategies for Reading, Writing & Math

Learn how to design effective indiviual & group practice sessions that will predict retention. Become familiar with counting and charting behavior using the Standard Celeration Chart. Develop your ability to analyze performance data and design appropriate interventions for individual students

 

Week 3/July 28-31 & Aug 1: Apply Our Researched-Based Curriculum In Your Classroom

Learn about our recommended programs and curriculum. Develop your understanding of how generativity produces expert and confident learners who continue to learn throughout their lives.

 

Total Institute Package (3 weeks) $2000 ($1000 deposit on reg. req'd)

Weeks 1 & 2 (2 weeks) $1600 ($800 deposit on reg. req'd).

Grad student scholarship available

Must submit CV, Professor letter of recommendation and an essay on how participation in Summer Institute meets professional goals.

3 units Grad credit/week attendance available through Portland State University (Credit not included in tuition)

Enrollment also available for attendee's child(ren) in the Morningside summer school program (July 9-August 1).

Housing not included in tuition- Information on hotels/housing available from Morningside.

 

For more information/ get application flyer

http://www.morningsideteachers.org/

info@morningsideteachers.org

 

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

Info on the hotel, strategics, call 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!

 

Main IPTC 2008 Info page

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1/31/08 Rick Kubina has a new podcast online--Clay Starlin Ph.D, UO

Clay, one of the pioneers of PT, is interviewed in this month's podcast.

Check it out, along with the past podcasts, at Rick's PT Party Site.

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

January 08 Precision Teaching podcast - Interview with Clay Starlin

Contents:

  • Introduction to January 30th podcast
  • Announcements
  • Clay Starlin Interview
  • Closing comments

 

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1/28/08 Backissues of The Journal of Precision Teaching (JPT) and Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration (JPTC) ONLINE!

Please note that this site is NOT an official outlet of the Standard Celeration Society, and does not process their memberships or payments.

If you have any questions about the Standard Celeration Society or the below news item, please Contact them Thanks.

 

Scott Born, who should be basking in a hero's welcome, has announced that the 1980-1981 Issues 1(1)-1(4) and 2(1)of the Journal of Precision Teaching (JPT) are now online and downloadable as pdf files, with regular additions coming daily! Currently access to the JPT articles are RESTRICTED TO CURRENT MEMBERS of the Standard Celeration Society.

These articles have been difficult to obtain by other than the original subscribers, so the availability is very useful and exciting to those interested in Precision Teaching and Celeration Charting.

Additional thanks to Abigail B. Calkin and Deja Barrier for preparing The Indices of the JPT and JPTC 1980-2004 which facilitated the release, and to others from the SCS who helped to review the entries for accuracy.

 

External links at Celeration.org

JPTC webpage at Celeration.org

Information on Standard Celeration Society Membership

SCS Membership info and payment option via PayPal

 

RELATED PAGES AND SECTIONS:

The Standard Celeration Society-info and history

News and Info JPTC

including,

The Indices of the JPT and JPTC 1980-2004

Author Guidelines and Editor information JPTC

 

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12/29/07 Ogden Lindsley podcasts at Behavior Research Co.

Scott Born and the other folks at Behavior Research Co. have gone to some work to digitize some very interesting lectures by the late OGDEN R. LINDSLEY, the father of Precision Teaching.

From the Behavior Research Co. website:

[Ogden Lindsley's 1969 Short Course Podcasts

"...this is the audio from the very first "Short Course," at the Plaza Inn in Kansas City, 09-Jun-1969..."

 

These podcasts and the online slideshow, "Charting Rates with Stephanie Bates" can be found under the tutorials at the Behavior Research Co. website.

 

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12/7/07 Placeholder for IPTC 2008 conference set up

Announcement posted on the Standard Celeration Society, website

"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.

Info on the International Precision Teaching Conference (IPTC) can also be found on this website, at Int'l Precision Teaching Conference (IPTC)

 

11/12/07 IPTC conference for 2007 was a hit!

Feedback from the SCListserv is that IPTC/Kansas City, MO was enjoyable and educational for participants, with a special treat being a chance to hear first hand reminiscences from Dr. Og Lindsley's Grad students.

Next year's conference may be in Rutgers, NJ, but firm information will be posted in 2008.

 

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11/12/07 Next podcast at the PT Party will be Dr. Owen White,

University of Washington,Co-author of Exceptional Teaching.

Rick Kubina has announced that his next planned podcast will be an interview with Dr. Owen White. It should be posted at the PT Party in the next few days, so if you if you visit and it's not up, keep checking because it'll be a listening treat.

 

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8/16/07 Check out the improved Standard Celeration Society Website

If you've visited the Standard Celeration Society Website, then you already know about the updated layout and information. If not, check it out.

Kudos to the webmaster!

 

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7/10/07 At Kitchen Table Math Blogspot, the topic is Precision Teaching.

 

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7/8/07 Rick Kubina's posting of 10th anniversary charts for the SCListserv

June 12, 2007 was the 10th anniversary of the SCListserv, and Rick Kubina posted his charts his Precision Teaching blog showing the total subscribers and the numbers of posts per month and per year on the Listserv 1997-2006.

If you want to take a look, visit his Precision Teaching Blog

 

Thanks Rick!

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6/28/07 Possible incompatibility with the Excel Charting Templates and Excel 2007

A couple of users are finding that there are operations that are not performing correctly. It's speculated that the upgraded Excel no longer has full support for the programming language used in the past.

So far the templates appear to perform correctly with Excel 2003.

 

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6/27/07 Interesting online tutorial on SCC analysis, including jumps and turns by Rick Kubina

Precision Teaching Blog

Standard Celeration Chart analysis

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

 

Accompanying video

 

NOTE: I found it helpful while listening to the presentation to open the blog entry in a SEPARATE window so that I could see the video, and have the larger chart blowup from the blog to examine while Rick was giving the video.

 

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6/26/07 Rick Kubina has some announcements of some cool happenings at The PT Party. 

A virtual chart share scheduled for

August 22, 7:00PM EST/4:00PM PST at the PT Party website

For more information

 

Podcast #2 (June)

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Interview with Steve Graf, Longtime PTer, SAFMEDS expert and Professor Emeritus of Youngstown University.

Podcast page- PT Party

 

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6/22/07 An INCOMPATIBILITY has been discovered with Stuart Harder Charting Templates and OpenOffice Calc

spreadsheet program. The probability is that the templates will NOT operate or display correctly when used with that application, because of incompatibilities in the programming language required for macros in the templates.

 

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5/14/07 BF Skinner lecturing on The Shame of American Education 

Recorded by Siri Karlsen

School of Special Education at Hosle, Norway August 1983

full page here

bfs82sa1.mp3 453 Kb.7:42 minutes. bfs82sa2.mp3 551 Kb.9:23 minutes.
bfs82sa3.mp3 520 Kb.8:51 minutes. bfs82sa4.mp3 520 Kb.8:51 minutes.
bfs82sa5.mp3 557 Kb.9:29 minutes. bfs82sb1.mp3 161 Kb.2:43 minutes.

 

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5/4/07 Red Sarna has posted an excellent overview, with visuals, of Precision Teaching:

"Precision Teaching for Maritime Educators".

This was previously given as a public talk in California, and I am sure was an enjoyable presentation!

 

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4/8/07 Rick Kubina has started a blog! 

As a new addition to the blogsphere, Dr. Rick Kubina has started one too. The first post is on Patrick Mc Greevy, long-time PTer, author of Teaching and Learning in Plain English, and first Editor of the JOURNAL OF PRECISION TEACHING AND CELERATION (JPTC)

when it was the JPT (Journal of Precision Teaching).

Good times!

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4/8/07 Cool Blog on principles of behavior

(with a shout-out to Dr. Og Lindsley)!

Dead Man Test :Principles and Applications in the Science of Behavior

Patrick S. Williams, PhD

"The dead man test was devised by Ogden Lindsley in 1965 as a rule of thumb for deciding if something is a behavior. The need for such a test stems from the importance of focusing on what an organism actually does when attempting to understand or modify its behavior. My students and I probably remind each other of the dead man test more than any other concept we study. Malott and Suarez (2003, p. 9) characterize the dead man test as follows:

 

If a dead man can do it, it ain't behavior, and if a dead man can't do it, then it is behavior."

 

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