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Expand Your Knowledge and Continuing Education Repertoire!
Wednesday, 28 Nov 2018 by Shauna V. Costello, MA, BCBA
As behavior analysts, we currently must renew our certification every two years by gaining a number of BACB CEUs—either 20 for BCaBAs or 32 for BCBAs. It is true that many professionals often get preoccupied with the day-to-day tasks in front of them: the tasks that have more immediate consequences. If they do not have time to attend conferences, they often end up trying to accrue most, or all, of their required CEUs immediately before the due date to renew their certification (fixed-interval pattern of responding, anyone?).
Florida Tech BACB Certification: Which Path Should You Choose?
Friday, 8 Nov 2019 by Kristin Myers-Kemp, PhD, BCBA-D, LBA-NY
There are a variety of paths that individuals take to enter the field of behavior analysis.
Generalization in Times of Crisis
Tuesday, 29 Sep 2020 by Jaime Rus Alba
… on telehealth and generalization! Learn more about how to become a Registered Behavior Technician … … ABA … autism … BACB … BACB CEUS … BCABA … BCBA … behavior … Behavior Analysis … Behavior Analyst … CEUS … Continuing Education Units … PARENT …
Rapid Habit Formation
Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020 by Michael McCarthy
3 Steps to protect your team during pandemics Lessons from Lean Hospitals and OBM When pandemics strike, they s
The Analysis in Applied Behavior Analysis
Tuesday, 11 Jun 2019 by Shauna V. Costello, MA, BCBA
Dr. Hank Schlinger has spent much of his career developing and nurturing new behavior analysts—ones who approach the science and its application critically and with skepticism. Schlinger is known for questioning those things we take for granted. For instance: What does it mean to call oneself a behavior analyst?
Precision Teaching for Classroom Success
Friday, 5 Apr 2019 by Shauna V. Costello, MA, BCBA
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
Telling Our Story: BCBAs in Schools
Friday, 5 Apr 2019 by Adam Hockman
BCBAs have an increasingly visible presence in public schools. While most work with special education populations, many still make their way into general education classrooms (inclusion, conducting FBAs). With improved funding for and awareness of behavior analytic services, each classroom becomes an avenue for impact.
Telling Our Story: Importance of Dissemination
Friday, 22 Mar 2019 by Cledia Caberlon
Effective tools and interventions are the hallmarks of behavior analysis. Across disciplines and populations, applied behavior analysis improves people’s lives.
Staff Training That Clicks
Friday, 1 Mar 2019 by Rachel Thomas
Respondent Conditioning Auditory stimuli used for changing behavior dates back to the
Giving Good Feedback: Is It That Simple?
Friday, 15 Feb 2019 by Jacqueline Noto
Employee feedback is critical for personal and business success. Research on feedback shows that intentional and consistent feedback greatly improves staff expertise, productivity, and outcomes. But, knowing that feedback is important and delivering it effectively are two different things.
ABA Technologies Leads Forward with Digital Learning
Friday, 10 May 2019 by ABA Technologies
Partnering with the Florida Institute of Technology (FIT), ABA Technologies, Inc., makes professional development products available online for applied behavior analysis practitioners and related professions. In addition, ABA Tech’s instructional design and support team builds coursework for the Verified Course Sequences (VCS) offered through Florida Tech’s ABA Online program and School of Behavior Analysis.
What Does it Mean to Say Ours is “A Science of Behavior?"
Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 by Andy Lattal, PhD
Every behavior analyst (hopefully) has learned that ours is a science of behavior. We do not learn that ours is a science of the individual or a science of the person. Why is that? Are we not, however, concerned with people, you may ask? Are we not concerned with the human condition? Are we not humanists?
But I Didn’t Know I Had the Authority
Wednesday, 20 May 2020 by Janis Allen
When the charge nurse was asked why he didn’t send the patient to the ICU room earlier, he replied, “I didn’t know I had the authority.”
Behavior in Translation
Tuesday, 26 Nov 2019 by Andy Lattal, PhD
Have you ever heard a paper presented at a conference or elsewhere about research with rats or pigeons, and it seems like the findings might be helpful in working with your clients? But then you wonder, is there really a connection between the two?
Planning and Leading Effective Meetings
Tuesday, 24 Sep 2019 by Jacqueline Noto
Effectively planning and leading meetings are beneficial for the success of employees and the company alike. Research has shown that productive meetings can have a significant return on investment for a company; however, few have received instruction on how best to plan or lead meetings. With the high levels of time employees spend in meetings, it is crucial this time is utilized in the most effective manner.