Associate Director Andrew Kieta has been published!
January 7, 2021
We are pleased to share the news of the current publication in Behavior Analysis in Practice co-authored by Associate Director, Andrew Kieta (1st photo), and Summer Institute faculty member, Drew Bulla (2nd photo):
Precision teaching (PT) has a long history in the fields of behavior analysis and education. As the system of PT has evolved and grown, many developments and discoveries have been made. The current article briefly reviews the history of PT and presents a synthesized definition derived from the unique legacy of the system. The article includes (a) an updated definition of PT, (b) a concept analysis of PT, and (c) a set of synthesized steps that comprise PT. The goal of the current article is to present a succinct summary of the current state of PT for readers from all backgrounds, with examples that encompass the entirety of the applications of PT.
You Grow Girl! donation drive a great success
December 17, 2020
Thank you, Morningside families and employees! This season you supported You Grow Girl!, a Seattle non-profit serving female-identifying youth and families in the WA State foster care system. You have warmed our hearts with generosity for this year’s holiday donation drive. We raised over $600 in gift cards, an overflowing box of hygiene items/books by POC/encouraging notes, and over $800 direct online donations to them!
“Day in the Life” Video is now live!
November 30, 2020
Welcome to “A Day in the Life”, like no other! This year, our outstanding Faculty have put together a series of videos demonstrating what instruction looks and feels like for Morningside students.
New Friends of Morningside Academy Google Group
November 2, 2020
Hello Morningside families!
All parents and guardians of currently-enrolled Morningside students were sent an email invitation in November to join the new Friends of Morningside Academy (FOMA) Google Group. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you didn’t receive your invitation/if you’re interested in joining. This group was started to build an informal community where families can connect, share, and help each other, including: setting up social activities, offering recommendations for medical professionals, specialists, therapists, pass along clothes/sports equipment, offer praise and gratitude (AKA positive strokes), and more!