Sunday, August 1, 2010

ANNOUNCE: International Precision Teaching Conference 2010, Nov 4-6, Seattle WA

Note: This is a recurring monthly announcement until the IPTC registration closes.

Mark your calendar and tell your friends!

23rd International Precision Teaching Conference
"Precision Teaching: Out of the Closet
and into the World of Education"
November 4-6, 2010 
Seattle, Washington.

Official information on IPTC is at Standard Celeration Society website

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

When: November 4th, 5th, 6th, 2010

Holiday Inn Seattle
211 Dexter Ave North
Seattle, WA 98109
Hotel Front Desk: 1-206-728-8123
Group Reservation Code: Morningside
Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) Type 2 credits available

Target Audience
  • Students
  • Teachers
  • Parents
  • Behavior analysts
  • Principals and administrators
  • College professors
  • Staff developers
  • Psychologists
Potential Topics
  • Introduction to Precision Teaching (PT)
  • Precision Teaching in public school settings
  • Precision Teaching and autism intervention
  • Use of the Standard Celeration Chart (SCC) in business and industry
  • Basic and applied science of Precision Teaching
  • The Standard Celeration Chart to measure student progress/achievement
Potential Presenters
People who
  • Apply Precision Teaching in public education
  • Use the Standard Celeration Chart (SCC) for Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Run private Precision Teaching schools or learning centers
  • Use Precision Teaching in college instruction
  • Teach grad/undergrad students about Precision Teaching
  • Use Precision Teaching in business and industry
  • Develop curricula
  • Precision Teaching for underserved populations
Preconference tours & workshops- Thursday November 4th, 2010
Visit: Morningside Academy, FEAT of Washington, or Academy for Precision Learning (APL)
Hope to see you in Seattle!
DISCLAIMER: Information is posted for informational or educational purposes of readers but is not, nor claims to be, an official outlet of the Standard Celeration Society or any other organization or business. Readers are directed to seek definitive information from those primary sources