Guide to Managing Challenging Behaviors - Fall 2018 - 011984
This unique training offers strategies for navigating behavior challenges with learners of all ages, in any environment. Beginning with key concepts of applied behavior analysis, we focus on the conditions under which behavior occurs. We discuss the importance of designing supportive learning environments that address skill deficits prior to or while simultaneously addressing unwanted contextually inappropriate behaviors. Through discussions, video examples, and hands-on activities, you will identify and define unwanted behaviors, analyze why the behavior is occurring, determine alternative skills to replace unwanted behaviors, review differential reinforcement procedures, and discuss proactive strategies and reactive strategies. The workshop concludes by showing how your team can evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of your behavior plans as you put your new strategies into practice.

Audiences Charter School Personnel, Psychologists, Speech Therapists, Teacher - Special Education, Paraprofessionals
Prerequisite/Special Notes It is an important adjunct to training in PECS, but also stands alone for those who have not completed PECS training. Parents, caregivers, and professionals alike will benefit from this workshop.


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