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Welcome to the wonderful world of standardized measurement.  This course first describes the features of the Standard Celeration Chart (SCC), the primary analysis tool used in Precision Teaching.  You will then learn the charting conventions to chart increasing and decreasing response frequencies as well as the timing length of observation (i.e., record floor) and practice with video clips.

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Precision Teaching is at the start of an exciting new phase: electronic charting.  This online-based feature allows people to utilize the Standard Celeration Chart (SCC) without knowing how to physically chart.  As such, the elimination of the “how to chart” barrier may increase the number of users of the SCC, and as such better disseminate our field.  Even some traditional charters use the electronic chart application for remote supervision or research.  The advantages are significant and many with the electronic chart.  However, there are many advantages to traditional charting (using a paper chart and pencil).  One possible advantage is an increased intimacy with the data as you are the one to physically record it on the chart.  The immediate analysis of graphing and observing trend may be a critical variable to producing and sustaining a precision teacher.  While our field waits for the empirical investigations evaluating the difference between electronic and paper charting, Precision Teaching Learning Center wants to ensure that the current and next generation will know how to “drop a dot” on a paper SCC.  As such, Precision TLC created the present webclass to teach and preserve the very basics of standard celeration charting.   This course first describes the features of the SCC.  Attendees of the webclass will learn and practice the charting conventions to chart increasing and decreasing response frequencies as well as the timing length of observation (i.e., record floor).


Behavioral objectives include:

-       Define frequency similar to other natural sciences

-       Chart record floors

-       Chart correct response frequencies

-       Chart incorrect response frequencies

-       Label a daily Standard Celeration Chart

Attendance Procedure: active responding quizzes interjected throughout course

Course price: FREE!!                                    Number of Type 2 CEUs: 2.0

Time: 100 min including video time, quiz time, and charting practice time

Event Covers: Practice in Behavior Analysis, Education

Designed for: RBTs, BCBAs, BCaBAs                        Level: Elementary