Friday, July 16, 2010

Call for Presentations extended for 2010 International Precision Teaching Conference, Seattle WA

 The 2010 International Precision Teaching Conference (IPTC) organizers are extending the call for presentations deadline through August 15, 2010 in order to give all those who want to present at the conference the opportunity to do so.
Your contributions are welcomed! Please visit the Standard Celeration Society website for more information and to enter your submission.

Information on the Conference

23rd Annual International Precision Teaching Conference (IPTC)
Precision Teaching: Out of the Closet and into the World of Education

When: November 4, 5, 6, 2010

Holiday Inn Seattle
211 Dexter Ave North
Seattle, WA 98109
Hotel Front Desk: 1-206-728-8123
Group Reservation Code: Morningside
Registration Fees- Includes breakfast, lunch, and snacks/coffee during breaks
Standard Celeration Society members- $200- full conference ($100 for single day)
Non-Members $300 ( $150 for single day)
Students- $100 ($50 for single day)

Invited Key Note Speakers include,
Additional speakers include:
Program Tours/Workshops:
With several Precision Teaching based centers in the area, this year's conference plans to offer
workshops and tours at the following facilities.
Additional workshops will also be held at the conference site:
  • Introduction to using the Standard Celeration Chart
  • TBA- Presented by Alison Moors, M.A., BCBA
Special Event: Ogden R. Lindsley Chart Share!!!
7:30pm Friday November 5, 2010

General Conference Program
The final details of the conference program are still being worked out- as the submission process is now open through August 15, 2010. Papers, Symposia, Panel discussions, Showcases, and a Poster Session are among the different presentation options.

Continuing Education Credits (BACB and other)
The IPTC is in the process of registering the program through the Washington ESD and we expect to offer teachers clock hours for participating in the conference.
Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) Type 2 credits will be offered for qualifying events, at $5.00 per credit.

Full and up-to-date details available at the website of the Standard Celeration Society

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Readers are directed to seek definitive information from those primary sources