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Applications of Verbal Behavior Language Intervention: How to develop and implement a language intervention program
In Part 4, Dr. Mark Sundberg expands on his previous courses and delves into developing and implementing a language intervention program based on the results of the VB-MAPP Assessments.* Dr. Sundberg overviews typical language development milestones and the implications these have for children and adults with language delays. With the assistance of a completed VB-MAPP, participants will learn the steps to beginning, developing, and implementing an intervention program. Verbal operants will be broken down, and considerations for the selection of goals will be discussed.
VCS - This Instructional Handbook covers all units (Units 1–3) of BEH 5047.
When implementing changes based in behavior analysis in an organization, it is important to take a holistic approach to best achieve results. You must be able to tie your intervention with outputs and actualized business results, especially when attempting to gain buy-in from management. It is also important to recognize the many associated factors with an intervention, some of which include time, audience, budget, and objectives.
Join Operant Innovations as we talk to Dr. Jamie Pratt about the multiple program opportunities at the University of Southern Maine and how they are constantly striving to mix the field of educational psychology and behavior analysis.
The Heart of ABA: The Evolution of Social-Validity Reporting in JABA Part 2 of 3 In 1991, Schwartz and Baer publish a paper discussing
Join Operant Innovations as we speak to Rowan University and not only do we have faculty joining us, but also two students. Learn how Rowan University is unique in the classes, research, and practicum opportunities allowing their students to individualize their experience through their masters and Ph.D. programming.
“You can develop a highly effective treatment that works beautifully in a well-controlled space, but if that intervention is not practical and is not something that people are willing to do, it simply will not be adopted.” Iser G. DeLeon, PhD, BCBA-D Abstract
Shame is a complex experience with powerful and often deeply uncomfortable emotional effects. It is a relational event, arising from a person’s concern about public judgment or disapproval of behaviors that violate that person’s, or his/her culture’s, value system. This concern of public scrutiny can, and often does, lead to socially beneficial outcomes.
Today we are joined by Dr. Cathrine Griffith from Clemson University. Their online Masters of Education in Special Education focuses on increasing collaboration between education and behavior analysis. This program is packed with professors from diverse backgrounds providing a multi-tiered system of support for their students. Gain knowledge, not only in the science of behavior but also in special education.
Join Operant Innovations for our Stereotypy Q&A with Dr. Bill Ahearn, Ph.D., BCBA-D
I have a bunch of material, but when do I apply it? To whom? To what scale? How? Karin Torsiello discusses the need to refine our interactions with all parties involved in the treatment of a client, emphasizing the steps needed to ensure an effective intervention. By considering successful and unsuccessful outcomes, this CE will provide you with the skillset to identify when an intervention is needed and to what degree.