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Pedro Perdomo

Pedro Perdomo

Without Aims… You’re Aimless!

Written by Amy Evans I’ve spent a lot of time lately with folks who are trying their hand at Precision Teaching for the first time. Through this process, I’ve learned…

A Standard Celeration Chart Projects Social Behavior Outcomes

Written by Rick Kubina Problem behavior requires the best applied science available — applied behavior analysis (ABA). ABA developed from B. F. Skinner and his experimental work with animals in…

Training the Big 6 (and Becoming a Hero) with Chartlytics

Written by Simon Dejardin Hello fellow charters, My name is Simon Dejardin. I’m a BCBA in France, in the Paris suburbs. I supervise an ABA program for adolescents with ASD….

Practice: The Key to Success in School and Life

Written by Rick Kubina As the new school year approaches, parents and children engage in a familiar set of activities: school clothes shopping, school supply shopping, and checking out classroom…

Speeding Up Day Habilitation Service Delivery: A Handwriting Story

Written by Stuart Law, B.A., Tara Grant, M.S., Ryan O’Donnell, M.S., BCBA (Guest blog) In Reno, NV,  we support people in an activity-based day habilitation service from 1:1 to 8:1…

Four Books Everyone Interested in Behavior Change Should Read

Written by Rick Kubina At some level, everyone has a stake in changing and influencing behavior. In fact, we all do it every day. If you drive to work, every…

Three Simple Steps for Better Practice

Written by Rick Kubina Do you, someone you work with, or person you care about, engage in practice? If I had to guess I would say yes. People use practice…

4 Warning Signs of a Poorly Constructed Line Graph

Written by Rick Kubina The amount of statistical graphics generated worldwide staggers the mind. In his breakout book, The Visual Display of Quantitative Information (1983), Tufte reported between 900 billion…

Never Blame the Learner: How to Address Behavioral Problems Effectively

Written by Rick Kubina Working with students with disabilities requires patience, compassion, precise measurement systems, and above all, powerful methods capable of producing remarkable change. When teachers lack any of…

Unlocking Behavior Change with Applied Experiments and the Phase Change Line

Written by Rick Kubina When applying the scientific method, people will manipulate or observe variables. A “variable” refers to any factor a scientist can control, change, or measure in an…