Association for Behavior Analysis International

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30th Annual Convention; Boston, MA; 2004

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Workshop #W65
CE Offered: None
Overview of the Standard Celeration Chart
Saturday, May 29, 2004
8:00 AM–11:00 AM
Fairfax A
Area: PRA; Domain: Applied Research
CE Instructor: Michael Fabrizio, Ed.D.
MICHAEL FABRIZIO (Fabrizio/Moors Consulting), JESUS ROSALES-RUIZ (University of North Texas), CLAY M. STARLIN (University of Oregon), ABIGAIL B. CALKIN (Calkin Learning Center), ALISON L. MOORS (Fabrizio/Moors Consulting), HENRY S. PENNYPACKER (University of Florida)
Description: This workshop will teach participants to monitor human performance on the Standard Celeration Chart (SCC). Participants will learn important features of the chart, the rationale for monitoring rate of performance, charting conventions used with the SCC, how to chart performance across varying lengths of counting time, and how to analyze performance on the chart to assist in making data-based decisions. The presenters will draw from long and varied histories of success using the SCC in a range of settings to illustrate key concepts taught in the workshop. Examples from the areas of university teaching, intervention with children with autism, educational intervention with students with learning disabilities, general public school education, and the monitoring of private events will be used. All participants will receive a copy of all materials used in the workshop including a CD-ROM containing additional copies of the presentation materials, forms, example videos, and an animation-based tutorial.
Learning Objectives: At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to: Read human performance data charted on all versions of the SCC. Chart human performance data charted on all versions of the SCC. Describe data on the SCC in terms of its frequency (level), celeration (trend), and bounce (variability). Describe performance management systems helpful in maintaining consistent use of the SCC in clinical and educational settings.
Activities: Applying principles derived from behavior analysis of well-designed instruction, our world-class group of workshop presenters will use a range of activities to ensure participants learn the key skills targeted in the objectives. Participants will engage in choral responding and paced practice, timed practice on key concepts and skills, and both small and large group discussion.
Audience: Anyone seeking an introduction (or refresher!) to the Standard Celeration Chart, including those persons interested in using the SCC to improve their own teaching or clinical practice, as well as individuals planning to take the BACB examination.
Content Area: Practice
Instruction Level: Basic

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