Calendar of Events

October 2013 – March 2014

Oct
25
Fri
BCBA Supervisor Workshop
Oct 25 @ 8:45 am – 5:30 pm

Contact: Kenneth Reeve, kreeve@caldwell.edu

 

 WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION

Download the registration brochure for the workshop

This workshop follows the BACB Supervision Training Curriculum Outline and covers the purpose of supervision, ethical requirements of a supervisor, behavior skills training, delivering feedback, and evaluating the supervisee.

An exam must be completed following the workshop to gain credit for attending this workshop.

This workshop is part of the requirements to meet the new supervision certification. The BACB requires participants complete an 8 hour workshop.

NOTE: Anyone arriving more than 10 min late will not be able to attend the workshop.

BCBA attendees may earn 9.5 Type II CEs for this workshop, free of charge with paid workshop fee.

Caldwell University is an approved provider of BCBA Type II continuing education credits (BACB® ACE Provider OP-09-0207). Disclaimer: “The Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB)© does not sponsor, approve, or endorse Caldwell University, the materials, information, or sessions identified herein.”

Check back at www.caldwell.edu for updates! 

Email kreeve@caldwell.edu for more information or to join our email notification list.

Mar
13
Thu
Caldwell University Celebrates Pi Day
Mar 13 – Mar 14 all-day

pi_puzzleCaldwell University will celebrate its first Pi Day on March 13-14 in the Jennings Library. Pi is the symbol for the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Whatever the size of a circle, when its circumference is divided by its diameter the result is always 3.14159–known as pi. Most famously celebrated by Princeton University, Pi Day became a national event in 2009 when the House of Representatives officially recognized it through Resolution 224. The goal of Pi Day is to increase math understanding among the American public.

Math faculty will kick off Caldwell University’s celebration on Pi Day Eve, March 13 at 11:00am in the Library lobby. At noon, pop artist Michael Albert [http://www.michaelalbert.com] will deliver an original Pi Day puzzle and speak about his Pi art in the Main Reference Room. The festivities will continue through Friday, March 14 with Math faculty leading games, activities and challenges in the Library lobby. All are welcome to join the celebration!


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