Catalyst provides you Target Types that allow you to gather and aggregate data.
- Conditional Discrimination
- DTT (Discrete Trial Training)
- Grouped Frequency
- Jump To Target
- Task Analysis
- Whole/Partial Interval
Why Targets are Important
Well-written target behavior definitions are necessary in order to accurately and reliably measure behavior and to aggregate, compare, and interpret data. Well-written definitions are also necessary to guide ongoing program decisions, apply interventions consistently and accurately, and provide accountability.
Targets in Catalyst (Next Steps)
- Admin Actions
- Can I switch Target Types once a Target is created?
- How do I put a Target on hold?
- How do I manually master out a Target?
- How do I set a Target to Auto-Open?
- How do I delete, rename or move Targets once created?
- How Do I Open a Target for Baseline or Treatment?
- I have set Automatic Mastery for Targets, but they aren’t Mastering out by themselves.
- Why aren't my Program and Targets appearing in my Student's Notebook in the Catalyst app?