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To train or not to train, what should you do? This lecture takes a behavior analytic perspective of instructional design. Dr. Bucklin overviews the common assumptions of instructional designs and which ones are true or false. Upon review of the assumptions, Dr. Bucklin describes Skinner’s contribution to instructional design. Dr. Bucklin then describes the identification of whether training is appropriate and the important principles to use for effective instructional design. She ends the lecture on how to ensure maintenance of training.
… but to have serious, open, honest discussion about human sexuality, it’s something most of us would rather not do. Peter F. Gerhardt, EdD
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.
We have to think in terms of accomplishments. What is the product? What is it that the student will actually do as a result of the instruction? Joe Layng, PhD
ABA Online is a robust partnership between Florida Tech and ABA Technologies, Inc. After two decades of providing top-notch, on-campus behavior analysis education, Jose Martinez-Diaz, PhD, BCBA-D started ABA Online to provide training worldwide. In its first term (April 2007), 175 students enrolled in this program, and now, more than 2000 seats are filled each semester.
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.
his week we will be speaking with Dr. Andrew Bulla about Georgia Southern and how they are producing high-quality undergraduate students.
Our Courses | We pay attention to scope and sequence and advances in both the science of behavior and eLearning. What to Look For | A higher than average pass rate would indicate that the program does a good job of preparing students to pass the certification exam the first time.
Melbourne, FL: February 27, 2019—ABA Technologies, Inc., in partnership with Florida Institute of Technology, announces the launch of a new, two-part continuing education course for behavior analysts on teaching children pretend and imaginative play skills. The courses prepare participants to assess and develop the imaginative play repertoires of young children. Presenters Nancy Champlin, MS, BCBA, and Melissa Schissler, MS, BCBA, of ACI Learning Centers introduce their research-based program and product line: Pretend Play and Language Assessment and Curriculum (PPLAC) and PlayTubsTM. Both courses offer Type 2 BACB credit.
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This month on Operant Innovations - Thought Leaders, we are back with Dr. Jesus Rosales-Ruiz as he answers the questions "Where do you see the field going?" and/or "Where would he like to see the field go?" as he dives into The Constructional Approach and asks us to continue to better practices and our field!
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.