Overview Precision teaching is a system of teaching used in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) that utilizes exact measurements and data to guide instruction and curricula choices. It was developed by Ogden Lindsley during the 1960s (Lindsley, 1992). The main form of data collection used during precision teaching is frequency, with frequency being the number of […]
Author: Matt Lunsford, MS, BCSE
Matthew Lunsford is working toward national certification in behavior analysis and is licensed educator in MA (license number 516473) from Virginia. He holds an MS in psychology with concentrations in forensic psychology and pediatric neuropsychology from Southern New Hampshire Univeristy and is currently finishing his M.Ed. in special education from the University of Mary Washington. Currently, he works as an instructor of psychology at University of the People and as an AP Psychology teacher at VHS Learning while he finishes his BCBA clinical hours. He hopes to obtain dual licensure in clinical social work to provide psychotherapeutic interventions to his patients in addition to behavior analytic treatment.