Recorded: BACK TO SCHOOL BUNDLE: a LIMITED TIME bundle for the school-based BCBA includes access to all 4 courses listed below for a total of 7 General Learning Type CE Credits (courses may be taken in any order).
*Course 1: Embedding ABA into Classroom Instruction #recorded (2 General CEUs|~100min) | *Course 2:BCBA’s in Public Schools: When They Don’t Know What the Letters Mean-They Just Want Help! #recorded (3.5 General CEUs|~187 min) | *Course 3: Neurodiversity Affirming Practices #recorded (1 General CEU|~60min) | *Course 4: Using Behavior Skills Training to teach Graph Analysis #recorded (0.5 General CEU|~30min)
Course 1: Embedding ABA into Classroom Instruction #recorded (2 General CEUs|~100min)
This course provides school-based professionals with a discussion on considerations for lesson planning and embedding ABA into classroom instruction. It provides attendees with specific examples on how to use chaining and error-correction procedures to teach academic concepts. Learners will leave with completed examples for both procedures as well as future considerations.
Course 2: BCBA’s in Public Schools: When They Don’t Know What the Letters Mean-They Just Want Help! #recorded (3.5 General CEUs|~187 min)
This course is designed for BCBA’s working in public school settings or considering working in school settings by providing provide an overview and basic understanding of special education and the differences between serving individuals in an educational setting vs a clinical setting. This course will also help define the developing roles and responsibilities of BCBA’s in educational settings and ways to implement behavior analytic services successfully.
Course 3: Neurodiversity Affirming Practices #recorded (1 General CEU|~60min)
In this course we will work to view and understand neurodiversity from a lens of acceptance, examining it as a whole and legitimate culture rather than a series of neurotypical deficits needing remediation. By reviewing outside research such as The Double Empathy Problem and looking at our own practices, we will identify how to develop affirming practices of support rooted in mutual reciprocity with our clients. As a field, we have come to a pivotal point in how we approach our work and how we view the people we are serving. To ensure continued growth and progress through self-reflective practices we must become comfortable identifying and addressing unconscious ableism in our own perceptions, language, and work
Course 4: Using Behavior Skills Training to teach Graph Analysis #recorded (0.5 General CEU|~30min)
As Behavior Analysts, we love graphs, and we love to analyze our data even more. But teaching graph analysis to others such as paraprofessionals and behavior technicians can be a time-consuming and overwhelming task. This course will explore how to use Behavior Skills Training as a training method for teaching graph analysis to others. All participants will learn how to effectively train others to analyze data to make effective decisions and improve the quality and efficiency of our programming.