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Aninao, T., David, A., Newsome, K., & Donny, N. (2015). Putting the precision in Precision Teaching: Using the Standard Celeration Chart for ongoing assessment. Behavioral Development Bulletin, 20(2), 168-172.
Eaton, M., & Albrecht, P. (1982). Curriculum. Journal of Precision Teaching, 3(2), 52-55.
Mayer-Sherman, M. (1984). Teaching signing to children with severe handicaps. Journal of Precision Teaching, 5(2), 40-43.
Meyer, S., Aninao, T., Newsome, K., & Donny, N. (2015). Discovery through the lens of the Standard Celeration Chart: Informing and facilitating inductive intervention strategies. Behavioral Development Bulletin, 20(2), 168-172.
Pierce, G. (1992). Implementation of precision teaching by the speech-pathologist. Journal of Precision Teaching, 9(1), 24-25.
Wolking, B., Branscum, G., & McKay, C. (1985). Functional communication skills among exceptional and normal eight year old children. Journal of Precision Teaching, 6(1), 1-6.
Zambolin, K., Fabrizio, M. A., & Isley, S. (2004). Teaching a child with autism to answer informational questions using precision teaching. Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration, 20(1), 22-25.
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