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Time for a Timeout from Timeouts?
Tuesday, 8 Jan 2019 by Andy Lattal, PhD
In a recent article published in the Washington Post entitled, “Timeouts are a dated and ineffective parenting strategy. So what’s a good alternative?” the author of the article answers the question of the present blog affirmatively. She states, “I never used timeouts with my older kids and I don’t plan to rely on it when the baby I’ll give birth to in a few weeks is old enough to go into full-blown tantrum mode.”
The Lift 008 | Organization and Time Management
This podcast episode describes the importance of teaching supervisees effective strategies for organization and time management. These strategies are described as critical stress management strategies as well as strategies for overall success in the workplace. Skills such as planning and running effective meetings, managing email/text/voicemail communications, schedule planning, and file management are all explored.
The Biggest Study Mistake You’re Making (And 4 Things You Can Do Instead)
Saturday, 3 Dec 2016 by ABA Technologies
Take a moment and get out your study supplies. I’ll wait. Let’s see… you have your books (of course), paper and pencils, the 4th Edition Task List ©, your favorite source of caffeine, and, likely, a stack of highlighters in an array of happy, DayGlo © colors.
A Quick Guide to Self-Management
Saturday, 5 Nov 2016 by Carlos A. Zuluaga, MS, BCBA
If you want to consistently achieve personal goals, you must first learn to manage your behavior. The field of Applied Behavior Analysis has developed a set of procedures to help you do this. We call these strategies self-management.
Business Essentials for Behavior Analysts
So, you are a behavior analyst, and you want to start your own business, but you have limited repertoire. No worries! In this course, join Craig Onstott as he guides you through what it means to be a successful entrepreneur through effective management, marketing strategies, financial assessments, and most importantly, understanding your options on the kinds of corporations out there.
Operant Innovations Monthly 004 | Stereotypy Q&A | Dr. Bill Ahearn
Join Operant Innovations for our Stereotypy Q&A with Dr. Bill Ahearn, Ph.D., BCBA-D
The Lift 007 | Structured Problem Solving Skills
This podcast episode describes the importance of teaching supervisees to take a structured problem-solving approach. The roles of negative reinforcement and self-control in problem identification and problem-solving are discussed. The podcast describes a structured 5 step process for problem solving and strategies for maximizing your success at each step.
Six Common Teaching Mistakes and What to Do Instead
Research is absolutely unequivocal in demonstrating the tremendously robust relationship between active engagement making responses relevant to the learning objectives in the lesson. Students who make more responses learn more than students who are passive observers. William L. Heward, Ed.D.
Burnout: Recognition and Prevention
Tuesday, 6 Oct 2020 by Abigail Petronelli
The prevalence of burnout varies between work fields. One study found physicians experience burnout at rates of 37.9% and the general population at around 30% (Shanafelt et. al, 2012).
Organizational and Time Management (OTM) Skills Part 1
Friday, 2 Dec 2022
OTM Skills should be viewed as pivotal skills because mastery of them positively impacts other important skills critical to the success of a supervisor and clinician.
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Building and Sustaining Effective Relationships
In this text, Linda LeBlanc, Tyra Sellers, and Shahla Ala’i explore both entry-level and advanced topics in supervision. The book focuses on the importance of strong relationships and teaching higher-order skills throughout any supervisory endeavor.
Shame in American Culture: The Good, the Bad, and the Really Ugly
Friday, 31 May 2019 by Guest Blogger
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.
The Lift 006 | The Benefits of Learning from Experts and Self-Managing Development with Dr. John Austin
This podcast describes the content in Chapter 6 The Benefits of Learning from Experts and Self-Managing. The content covers the importance of teaching trainees and supervisees the skills needed to take an active role in managing their professional development throughout their career.
Behavior Based Safety (BBS): OBM Series
Tuesday, 9 Feb 2021 by Vincent Bello
Part 2 of 2