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Behavior Basics Series

This series of workshops is an excellent opportunity for direct care providers, behavior specialists, speech language pathologists and more to dive deeper into the world of behavior. It introduces the concepts of behavior in a way that provides knowledge for easy and practical understanding in any environment, whether it be in an agency, a home or a classroom!

Introduction to Behavior

Behavior Basics Boot Camp:
Making Your Classroom More Manageable

Teaching Social Skills to Individuals Diagnosed with Autism

Price: $49

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This course is particularly useful to those who would like to achieve a strong understanding of the fundamentals of behavior. A practitioner’s world is ever changing, but behavior is not!

Learn how to use important key terminology and define behavior to apply to your environment. Watch this presentation by Dr. Jose Martinez Diaz, BCBA-D, who is the main instructor of the ABA Online program.

Enhance your skills as a practitioner by watching this workshop and learn:

  • The basic principles of behavior
  • Terminology to help identify and define behavior
  • Relationship between the environment and behavior

Who should attend?

If working with children or adults is your passion, you’ll appreciate this short two-week workshop, available 100% online at your convenience.

Watch as Dr. Gregory reviews behavior analysis best practices for effective use in your classroom. Learn the basics of reinforcement, schedules for classrooms and individuals and how to set up individual and group token economies and contingencies.

Topics covered include:

  • General classroom structure
  • Strategies to cover behavior problems in the classroom
  • General prevention strategies for challenging behaviors
  • Choosing interventions
  • How to take data on behaviors while teaching
  • How to determine when outside support is needed

Who should attend?

This workshop was created as a sample of behavior analysis terminology and strategies to make the classroom more manageable. It is intended for those who have little or no background in behavior analysis and would like an introduction.

Learn how to identify critical components of conducting and facilitating a social skills group. By using social skills stories and video modeling, you will then be able to identify descriptive autoclitics in verbal behavior.

In this presentation, you will learn not only about the basics of reinforcement, but also about:

  • Conducting a successful social skills group
  • Teaching social skills using social stories
  • Video modeling to teach social skills
  • Autoclitics and specific strategies to teach them

Who should attend?

This course is well suited to and recommended for anyone who knows or works with children on the spectrum.