Precision Teaching - Optimising outcomes for all
A Workshop for ABA Practitioners
SEABA's first Precision Teaching workshop was delivered by Thanos Vostanis BCBA & Tracy Mapp MSc ABA - Standard Celeration Society Co Vice President for International Relations on 23/02/18
Learn the Principles and Key Framework of Precision Teaching
🖤 The Chart! - Discover the tremendous capabilities of the Standard Celeration Chart and how Precision Teaching can be applied in your own practice
Develop skills in pinpointing, measuring, assessing and evaluating data
Practice charting using chartlytics online tool
Enhance critical program decision making skills using the knowledge gained from Precision Teaching practices
This full day workshop was designed specifically for ABA practitioners to optimise learning and outcomes with clients / students and learn how to apply the principles of PT to their own practice
SEABA 2016 was the first conference organised by SEABA. Held in June 2016, the conference aimed to promote and disseminate knowledge of Applied Behaviour Analysis and dispel some common myths surrounding the subject.
The conference took the format of a series of ‘TED’ style talks from a range of professionals, parents and students and delegates included a range of people interested in finding out more about the principles, practices and possibilities of ABA.
Sarah Hall (Parent)
Andrew Swartfigure (Head of PearTree Centre)
Caroline Pearce (The TLC)
Fiona Slomovic (Advocacy & Mediation Services)
Jo Ann D’Costa Manuel (Autism Parent Empower)
Sian Kelly (Occupational Therapist)
Bekah Bulmer & Faye Palmer (Step by Step)
Athene Burdge (Autism Solutions)
Sanda Senanayake (Parent)
Amy Miland & Jasmine Irani (The TLC)
The 2017 SEABA Conference took place over 2 days at a fantastic Kent venue - the Mercure hotel, Tunbridge Wells.
The conference was a fantastic success and we will be posting highlights here soon.
We once again showcased a combination of parent & professionals speakers who each presented informative, inspiring & interesting TED-style talks.
Conference ticket prices included lunch and refreshments. SEABA is a not-for-profit organisation and all proceeds from ticket sales contribute to the cost of the conference and supporting SEABA's aims - to advance, promote, and protect the science and practice of Behaviour Analysis.
8 Tonbridge Road - Pembury
How to get there:
The Mercure Tunbridge Wells hotel is just a few miles from Highbrooms and Tunbridge Wells railway stations. You're also just a short hop from the M25, with its easy access to London. Take the Sevenoaks - Hastings exit at junction 5 of the M25. Follow the A21 Southbound, bypassing Tonbridge. Turn left at the first mini roundabout, following the signs for Pembury Hospital. The hotel is situated on the left-hand side, 400 yards beyond the hospital and opposite a garden centre.
Please feel free to share our conference flyer with anyone who may be interested - Download flyer here