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What People Are Saying About the CHATTcon Experience
Abby Grief BCBA ABA Technologies
I wanted to reach out to you to say thank you for an absolutely incredible conference! It had to be one of the most fun, interesting, eye-opening, inspiring, and educational conferences I have been to yet - and it was only the first one! I very much look forward to attending in the years to come, so thank you again for putting on such a wonderful event and bridging a much needed gap in the world of behavior!
Vicci Tucci BCBA CHATTcon 2018 Speaker
Best conference ever!
Carl Binder PhD CATTcon 2018 Speaker
It was a fantastic conference, and thanks for putting it on!
Megan Miller BCBA CHATTcon 2018 Speaker
It was definitely the best conference I have attended to date and I have already marked my calendar to attend next year.
Danielle Watson BCBA
Everyone’s really having a good time and enjoying the conference and everybody’s learning from each other. I’ve really liked how the animal presenters have broken everything down behaviorally to be understood by everybody, because a lot of the time that’s an issue with behavior analysis. We’re very jargony.
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50% Off Intro to TAGteach Online
When you register for CHATTcon you'll receive a discount code that you can use at the TAGteach Online Learning Center or Precision Teaching University.
This course earns you Level 1 TAGteach Certification if you hand in all the homework and videos.
CEUs from this Course
BACB: 10.5 Type 2 CEUs (only from Precision Teaching University)
IAABC, CCPDT, KPA: 9 CEUs
Check out this full session with the incomparable Susan Friedman from CHATTcon 2018.
"So I think if I gave you one most important thing it would be to connect to the answer, what is behavior for? And I think that as behavior analysts, and as animal trainers, we're so focused on the behavior we need the animal to learn, or the individual to enter their repertoire for success, that we sometimes forget that we're all part of this bigger evolutionary picture. And that behavior is part of that as well. So behavior is for, as many of you said it different ways, operating on the environment."
"It was no mistake that Skinner picked the word “operant” as we are operators. I think there's some irony to the bad rap, the clockwork orange, rap. That we are in some way, puppeteers wanting to control, when the very word “operant” is a clue to the fact that the organism itself is the operator, which is an empowered description of what we do with our behavior."