Part I: Introduction to Evidence-Based Educational Methods
D.J. Moran, The Need for Evidence-Based Educational Methods.
No Child Left Behind.
Behavior Analysis and Education.
L.D. Frederick and J.H. Hummel, Reviewing the Outcomes and Principles of Effective Instruction.
Personalized System of Instruction.
Summary and Conclusions.
R.D. Greer and D.D. Keohane, A Real Science and Technology of Education.
The Need for a Strategic Science of Instruction.
Components of an Advanced and Sophisticated Science and Technology of Instruction.
Cabas: A Systems Technology of Schooling and a Strategic Science of Pedagogy.
Part II: Precision Teaching
C. Merbitz, D. Vieitez, N.H. Merbitz, and H.S. Pennypacker, Precision Teaching: Foundations and Classroom Implications.
Why Precision Teaching?
Example of Precision Teaching Implementation.
Read a Chart.
Another Chart Example: Middle School.
Precision Teaching's Place in Teaching and Education.
Ethics and Precision Teaching Measures in Schools.
C. Merbitz, D. Vieitez, N.H. Merbitz, and C. Binder, Precision Teaching: Applications in Education and Beyond.
Precision Teaching and Special Education.
Precision Teaching for Adult Learners in Col