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The Standard Celeration Society

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The Standard Celeration Society (SCS)  is the society that "...promotes use of the Standard Celeration Chart, both for furthering the science of behavior and of learning, as well as for developing practical applications based on that science..." 

 

The annual conference of the Standard Celeration Society is the International Precision Teaching Conference.

The Journal of the Standard Celeration Society is the Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration (1995-present), formerly the Journal of Precision Teaching (1980-1995)).


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Recent News from the Standard Celeration Society

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Origins of the Standard Celeration Society

The Standard Celeration Society began as The International Precision Learning/Precision Teaching Committee, which formed on April 23, 1985.

 

On March 23, 1992, at the Precision Teaching conference in Park City, Utah, the name of the organization was changed to The Standard Celeration Society. At that time an amendment for this title was filed with the state of Washington. The title, The Standard Celeration Society was formally recognized by the State of Washington on May 20, 1992.

 

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Membership to the Standard Celeration Society 

 

MEMBERSHIP PAGE OF THE SCS

 

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Current Officers of the Standard Celeration Society/Executive Committee 

This listing and contact info can also be found at Celeration.org website

 

President

William Helsel

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Past President

Michael Fabrizio

Vice-President

Kelly Ferris

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Secretary

Regina Claypool-Frey

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Treasurer

Chuck Merbitz

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JPTC Editor

Rick Kubina

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Past Officers (In progress)

*This listing is based on current bylaw practice of President-emeritus serving as "Past President".

Information may not reflect actual officer in the office during that year.

If you have any information to correct or complete the listing, please contact us 

 

Year Past President President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Editor
2010           Rick Kubina
2009 Michael Fabrizio Bill Helsel Kelly Ferris Regina Claypool-Frey Chuck Merbitz Rick Kubina
2008 Michael Fabrizio Bill Helsel Kelly Ferris Regina Claypool-Frey Chuck Merbitz Rick Kubina
2007 Abigail Calkin Michael Fabrizio Nick Berens Sandy McLeod Chuck Merbitz Rick Kubina
2006 Abigail Calkin Michael Fabrizio Nick Berens Sandy McLeod Virginia Brown Jesus-Rosales-Ruiz
2005 Abigail Calkin Michael Fabrizio Nick Berens Sandy McLeod John Shewmaker Jesus-Rosales-Ruiz
2004 Abigail Calkin Michael Fabrizio Carl Binder Sandy McLeod Brad Frieswyk  
2003 Abigail Calkin Michael Fabrizio Carl Binder Sandy McLeod Brad Frieswyk Rick Kubina
2002 Chuck Merbitz Abigail Calkin Ken Kerr Sandy McLeod Brad Frieswyk Rick Kubina
2001 Chuck Merbitz Abigail Calkin Ken Kerr Sandy McLeod Brad Frieswyk Rick Kubina
2000 Steve Graf* Chuck Merbitz John Eshleman Paul Malanga Claudia McDade Claudia McDade
1999 Steve Graf* Chuck Merbitz John Eshleman Paul Malanga Claudia McDade Claudia McDade
1998 John O. Cooper* Steve Graf       Claudia McDade
1997 John O. Cooper* Steve Graf       Claudia McDade
1996 Ogden Lindsley John O. Cooper       Claudia McDade
1995 Ogden Lindsley John O. Cooper       Claudia McDade
1994   Ogden Lindsley       Claudia McDade
1993   Ogden Lindsley       Claudia McDade

 

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