Category Archives: Precision Teaching

SCIENCE OF TEACHING VIDEO BY PROSOCIAL PROGRESS

SCIENCE OF TEACHING offers a comprehensive guide for teachers, educators, and anyone else interested in human behavior on how learning occurs at a biological and environmental level. What shapes our behavior? How do our behaviors become reinforced? What are some useful techniques to help shape human behavior towards acquiring new skills and behaviours? How do we measure human behavior and what is the science behind teaching and learning? These are all questions which are addressed within this film. The film covers many sections ranging from the biological basis of learning, tools for educators, precision teaching and technology in the classroom.

The different types of charters

The different types of charters.

 

Chartlytics  launched their beta in mid October.  Since then, they have seen many different types of organizations using their easy-to-use and beautiful performance improvement software – Chartlytics.

In today’s blog post, they examine the workflow needs for the majority of their users.  They also discuss what they’re doing to address the specific needs of their users. The list below represents most of the organisation types they have identified above and beyond personal accounts.  They have found that most of their users fall into the following groups.

  1. Small behavioral therapy or tutoring centers – “A Center”
  2. Small, single class schools – “A Classroom”
  3. Multi-class schools – “A School”
  4. A multi-school district – “A School District”
  5. A University class setting to teach the chart – “Academic”
  6. A consulting practice – “A Practice”  (Not to be confused with practicing!)

Bethan Mair Williams (SLT, BCBA) carries on to bring Behaviour Analysis to children who can benefit so much from it.

Very proud of my friend and colleague.

I am hopeful that other SLTs will follow in her footsteps and thus her loneliness will ever diminish:-)

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Bethan Mair Williams – My working life