Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) for the Educator (3-Day Campus Team Training) - 002322
As educators who have the responsibility of teaching students with autism and other developmental disabilities, we often face challenges in attempting to motivate them to learn, cooperate, and behave appropriately. This series of workshops will focus on best practices drawn from empirical research for educating students with autism and developmental disabilities. Strategies utilized in the workshops will be based primarily on applied behavior analysis (ABA) and will be tailored to public school settings. The three-day training will require teams of 3-5 educators, administrators, therapists, etc., to work with a target student to implement specific behavioral and teaching interventions. Participants can expect 3 hours of work outside face-to-face sessions.

Audiences Speech Therapists, Teacher - Special Education, Charter School Personnel, Paraprofessionals
Prerequisite/Special Notes Campus or district administrator must contact Michael Tucker to register a team of 3 participants from the same campus committed to attending all three days (11/10, 12/8, 1/13/17) and completing the homework assignments. Suggested team members: special education teacher, paraprofessional, speech therapist and / or diagnostician.


No sessions currently available for registration for this workshop.

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