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Standard Celeration Chart was an asessment tool developed by Lyndsley to facilitate precision teaching.

This chart allows for demonstration of changes in rate of acquisition and allows the teacher to quickly assess a student’s performance accelerating though time [1]. By utilizing this chart, teachers are able to quickly adjust the curriculum to maximize the student's performance and learning.[2].

The chart was developed by Lindsley in the 1950s while at Metropolitan State Hospital and Harvard University. It was not created in its current form until 1967.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Lindsley, O.R. (1991). Precision Teaching's Unique Legacy from B. F. Skinner, Journal of Behavioral Education, Vol 1, No. 2,pp. 253-266
  2. (Austin 2000)
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