I’ve been practicing behavior analysis for over 15 years. In that time, I’ve had the privilege of learning from some of the best and brightest in our field and working at some of the most prestigious ABA programs in the world. But during the pandemic, I’ve re-learned some great lessons about ABA from two of the unlikeliest (and cutest) teachers- my dog Frida Pawlo and my bunny Rabbit D. Nero, and let me tell you, Pavlov’s dogs ain’t got nothing on mine! Working with animals, particularly our own pets, can make us better teachers and better behavior analysts. In this webinar we will discuss some ways you can use ABA with your own furry friends to not only improve their behavior, but to also improve your own understanding of behavior analysis and your teaching skills. During this course, we will review several important teaching principles such as shaping, antecedent manipulation, and splitting skills and talk about how you can apply these to your pets as well as human learners. Who knows, we may even get lucky and get a guest demo from Frida or Nero!
Target Audience: Board Certified Behavior Analysts and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts
**This course will provide the participant with 2 Learning Type BACB® CEU**
Please note due to technical issues out of our control the audio on this course is not as clear as we would like it to be. To improve the experience of this course the option for closed captions has been added. To watch with closed captions select “CC” at the bottom of the screen next to the volume options.