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Skinner’s Verbal Behavior and its Relation to PECS
“When I was in university, I asked my professor, ‘How do I teach language skills to kids?” and my professor gave me Skinner’s Verbal Behavior book. So, the answer is not exactly in the book, but it is ultimately in the book”
B.F. Skinner’s Analysis of Verbal Behavior, Part 1
Skinner’s Verbal Behavior may be a difficult read for some. The content is complex but unpacks all aspects of verbal behavior. One can gain a lot of insight from his book if completely understanding it. In part 1 of this analysis, Mark Sundberg explains how language is typically measured and how Skinner suggests language should be measured, and in what units to measure it.
Increasing the Length of Utterance in Children with Autism
“It’s an analysis of why you say what you say and note that most of your verbal behavior is not vocal” Vincent Carbone, Ed.D., BCBA-D Abstract
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.
The Lift 010 | Evaluating the Effects of Supervision with Dr. Lisa Britton
This podcast episode describes the importance of actively evaluating the effects of our supervisory practices. We discuss several different sources of data and provide specific strategies for how to collect and analyze them. We also cover what to do once you have the data.
The Lift 002 | Collaborative Supervisory Relationships
This episode focuses on the fact that effective supervisory relationships are built on bi-directional collaborative efforts on the part of the supervisor and the supervisee. There are risks for supervisee, supervisor, clients, and the field as a whole if there is no collaborative effort and the two parties do not each feel respected, valued, and acknowledged. The podcast describes strategies for setting expectations for the relationship from the outset and for establishing collaborative goals for supervision. The importance of bi-directional feedback is explored and strategies for creating a committed and healthy learning context are reviewed.
The Lift 009 | Interpersonal and Therapeutic Relationship Skills
The Podcast An ABA Technologies Academy Podcast Credit: 1.0 BACB, 1 Supervision Price: $15.00