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Precision Teaching conference pending

The 2010 International Precision Teaching Conference will be held in Seattle (WA, US) 4-6 November 2010. Sponsored by the Standard Celeration Society, a group that promotes the use of systematic data collection procedures and objective analysis of instructional practices, the conference promises to have lots of reports that will appeal to readers of Behavior Mod. There will be special rates for students, excellent presentations, lots of chances for interaction with knowledgable folks. Check it out!

Where: Holiday Inn, 211 Dexter Ave. North, Seattle, WA 98109—Hotel Front Desk: 1-206-728-8123 | Hotel Fax: 1-206-728-2779 (Group Reservation Code: Morningside
When: 4-6 November 2010
Registration: See the page pointing to the Paypal form for the registration link!

Iwata wkshop Sep. 09

Professor Brian Iwata, who has extensively studied functional behavior analysis, will conduct a two-day workshop entitled “Functional Analysis & Treatment of Severe Behavior Disorders” in Philadelphia (PA, US) on 28 – 29 September 2009. Psychologists may earn 11 CE credits, BCBAs & BCABAs 12 Type 2 CE credits. Walt Antonow, who manages these workshops, advised me that as of 2 Sep there were only 15 seats available, He has a brochure available.

Florida Autism conference

The Scott Center at Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne (FL, US) will host its second annual conference on Autism 6 November 2009. The theme for this year is “Power and Potential of Communication,” and the featured speakers includ Mark Sundberg, Jim Carr, and Bridget Taylor.

Link to the conference Website and to the Scott Center.

BAAM last call 09 papers

There is still time—but not much— to submit a proposal to present a paper at the annual convention of the Behavior Analysis Association of Michigan.

The deadline for proposal submissions for the 2009 convention of the Behavior Analysis Association of Michigan is December 1. The convention will be held February 19-20, 2009 at the beautiful new Student Center at Eastern Michigan University. You may find convention information and submission instructions here:

Tennessee ABA conference

The Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis has scheduled it fall conference for Nashville (TN, US) at the Opryland Resort 7-9 November 2008.

Please take a moment to check your schedule and pencil in the annual TABA conference for November 7th-9th, 2008. We’re excited to announce that the Opryland Resort will be our conference site again this year.

Conference room rates at the Opryland Resort are $160.00 per night plus $15.00 resort fees. Parking is $16.00 per day or $24.00 for Valet parking. Please use our group code X-TABA8 when reserving your room.
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Iwata workshops on FBA slated

Brian Iwata, Ph.D., will conduct a series of two-day workshops around the US this fall. Mr. Iwata, who is professor of psychology and psychiatry at the University of Florida, is one of the pre-eminent authorities on assessment and treatment of severe behavior problems such as self-injury. The workshops are entitled “Functional Analysis & Treatment of Severe Behavior Disorders: Methods for Clinicians and Educators.”

  1. 23-24 October 2008 in Louisville (KY, US);
  2. 13-14 November 2008 in Richmond (VA, US);
  3. 15-16 December 2008 in Austin (TX, US)
  4. 17-18 December 2008 in Orlando (FL, US)

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