Shauna V. Costello, MA, BCBA

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Shauna Costello received her M.A. in behavior analysis at Western Michigan University. Upon graduating Shauna became board certified and soon began working as the Behavior Analysis Program Coordinator of Total Education Solutions in Metro Detroit where she focused on in-clinic, in-home, and school consultation for children and young adults. Shauna has a background in college teaching at Oakland University in Rochester Hills, MI, in its BCaBA course sequence and at Florida Institute of Technology supervising Master Students and Capstone Projects. She now works full-time for ABA Technologies, Inc., as the professional development specialist creating online continuing education courses to disseminate the science and technology of behavior analysis to influence prosocial cultural change on a national and global scale.

 

 

 

Shauna Costello is the voice and creator of Operant Innovations Podcast. The podcast explores how the science of behavior improves lives.

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Leadership & Culture in OBM: OBM Series

Tuesday, 1 Dec 2020
Part 2 of 7 By: Shauna V. Costello & Vincent Bello  “All organizational results are the product of human behavior.” Aubrey C. Daniels and Jon S. Bailey
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Expand Your Knowledge and Continuing Education Repertoire!

Wednesday, 28 Nov 2018
Bloggers: Shauna Costello, MA, BCBA & Allison King, Ph.D., BCBA-D
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Precision Teaching for Classroom Success

Friday, 5 Apr 2019
Humans are constantly in search of the newest, brightest solution for problems in everyday life. We download countless apps for tracking calories, learning languages, working out, budgeting—you name it. In education, we do the same. But the newest, brightest thing in teaching and learning might not be the solution.
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The Analysis in Applied Behavior Analysis

Tuesday, 11 Jun 2019
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Keep Pressing the Lever

Monday, 19 Aug 2019
  It is somewhat ironic that what is arguably a science of influence (behavior analysis) has not been more effective at influencing the adoption rate of a science of influence  
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