What is Precision Teaching?
Precision teaching uses the standard celeration chart to observe and improve human learning and interaction. This chart displays the frequency of performance and its celeration, that is, the growth of learning across time. There are daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly charts that display a variety of behaviors. All standard celeration charts show the original data in the form of frequency; these data are analyzed by their celeration and bounce.
The most common present use is in special and regular education where the 1-min timing has resulted in research-developed frequency and celeration aims for academic behaviors.
Data-based frequency aims are also emerging for inner behaviors. The people who have charted or had their behavior charted have ranged from fetuses to students to adults in their 80s. Behaviors range from reading to math to free throw shots, from kind actions to positive feelings, from terrorist incidents to government budgets.
- Abigail Calkin, March 25, 2011