Categories

ABA Level 1 (Russian) Session 7:Strategies to Increase Beginner Classroom Participation Skills: Decreasing Problem Behavior with an FBA Part 1: How to Begin: image 1

Suggested products

Regular price:
$199.00
Offer price:
$189.05
NOTE: This offer is ONLY valid with purchase of the 'ABA Level 1 (Russian) Session 7:Strategies to Increase Beginner Classroom Participation Skills: Decreasing Problem Behavior with an FBA Part 1: How to Begin'
Regular price:
$39.99
Offer price:
$37.99
NOTE: This offer is ONLY valid with purchase of the 'ABA Level 1 (Russian) Session 7:Strategies to Increase Beginner Classroom Participation Skills: Decreasing Problem Behavior with an FBA Part 1: How to Begin'
Bundled Product Special Offer!
Regular price:
$39.99
Offer price:
$37.99
NOTE: This offer is ONLY valid with purchase of the 'ABA Level 1 (Russian) Session 7:Strategies to Increase Beginner Classroom Participation Skills: Decreasing Problem Behavior with an FBA Part 1: How to Begin'

ABA Level 1 (Russian) Session 7:Strategies to Increase Beginner Classroom Participation Skills: Decreasing Problem Behavior with an FBA Part 1: How to Begin

Price: $39.00
Quantity:

.LEVEL: Advanced

This 120-minute webinar will identify the challenging behaviors children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) may exhibit. Based upon literature review and successful practice in the home, clinical and school settings, we will review how to initiate and conduct a functional behavior assessment including all key components (indirect assessments, descriptive assessments, and the functional analysis). Learners will not only gain information on the tools used to conduct the various assessments, but they will also become competent in implementation through demonstration and video coding. The audience will gain knowledge in identifying the reinforcing variables that maintain challenging behaviors and how to successfully implement neutral direction. This is the first part of a 2-part series.

Our Webinar Series will look in detail at key components to incorporate in the classroom with the goal of helping you increase a child’s appropriate classroom behavior and time in the inclusive environment. While providing real-life examples of success and difficulties we will focus on strategies you can implement today as we study specific classroom behaviors from assessment to successful behavior change procedure implementation.

This event incorporates practice and methodology, and is designed for BCBA’s and BCABA’s needing further training on direct FBA implementation, school behavior specialists, teachers, BCABA’s and BCBA’s working and consulting in schools, and other professionals working in a classroom environment with children with autism and related disorders.

Outcomes:
Upon completion of Decreasing Problem Behavior with an FBA: Part 1 participants will:

1. Identify the need for a behavior reduction plan and construct a behavioral definition.
2. Complete a functional behavioral assessment (indirect and direct assessment and functional analysis).
3. Identify the various reinforcing variables that maintain challenging behavior and how to successfully implement neutral redirection.

Regarding Diversity:
The content of the webinar provides information about effective service delivery systems for children with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder, and their families, covering a diverse range of backgrounds. The content contained in the webinar is wholly inclusive and is effective across all school systems, rural or urban, and for all students, regardless of gender, race, culture, ethnicity, and economic status.

 

MANDATORY DISCLAIMER:  The Behavior Analyst Certification Board  (“BACB”) does not sponsor, approve or endorse Special Learning or Step By Step, the materials, information or sessions identified herein.

QABA and APA Approved CE Provider

If you are seeking QABA and APA CEs, please send an email to contact@special-learning.com.

For cancellations and refunds, please see our policy HERE.


ABA Level 1 (Russian) Session 7:Strategies to Increase Beginner Classroom Participation Skills: Decreasing Problem Behavior with an FBA Part 1: How to Begin: image 2