The Gift of Og: An ABAC/Standard Celeration Society Collaborative Project
Interested in learning more about this history and development of Precision Teaching and the Standard Celeration Chart? We’re working with ABAC to bring you a webinar series featuring the history, development, and discoveries of our society. Not only are we excited to offer this opportunity through our partnership with ABAC, but we’re thrilled to offer considerable discounts for our members. At the end of the day, it is important to recognize and highlight the amazing individuals who paved the way for the work we are able to do today.
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The Gift of Og: An Introduction to the Standard Celeration Chart and Precision Measurement.
An ABAC/Standard Celeration Society Collaborative Project
Presented By: Elizabeth Haughton and Elizabeth (Liz) Lefebre M.A., BCBA, LBA
LIVE Webinar Date: Friday, June 19, 2020
Time: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm eastern (New York) pm eastern
Recording Availability: June 20- June 29, 2020 at 11:59 pm eastern (New York)
Ogden Lindsley was a pioneer in the field of Behavior Analysis and instruction. Lindsley designed the Standard Celeration Chart and an accompanying measurement and decision-making system (Precision Teaching) to provide a unique and sensitive approach to improving behavior. This chart and system have led to discoveries in the field of Behavior Analysis, teaching and a variety of other fields, allowing for significant improvement in the lives of those affected by it. As such, this GIFT provides something for all of us whose lives it has touched to be grateful for. Topics to be addressed in this webinar include 1) Identifying benefits of using a standard display (Standard Celeration Chart) for data analysis, 2) Discussing the ethics of using a standard display (Standard Celeration Chart) for data analysis, and 3) Learning about pinpointing and how to select appropriate pinpoints across academic/learning social and personal pinpoints.