Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis: Evidence-Based Early Intervention Teaching Practices

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This training will focus on the application of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) principles as a foundation for instruction of young children. The sessions will include an overview of positive behavior supports and ABA teaching procedures. Definitions and examples demonstrating a variety of behavioral teaching strategies that can be used to teach skills across all domains will be examined. This training will require two days of participation by all attendees. Day one of the training will focus on the core principles of ABA and participants recognizing the scientific and technological nature of the practices. Following the first session, participants will implement strategies in their own work with children and collect data to be analyzed during the second session. Part two will involve participants demonstrating the use of ABA practices in designing instruction for young children.

Handouts available to print:
1-Powerpoint slides: These are the slides that will be presented at Day 1 of the training.
2-Resource handout: This handout provides steps to using positive reinforcement with children and youth.
3-Resource: This is a homework assignment for Day 1.
4-Resource: This handout has examples for monitoring progress.
5-Powerpoint slides: These are the slides that will be presented at Day 2 of the training.


Title of Training: Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis: Evidence-Based Early Intervention Teaching Practices
Presenter: EITA Consultants
Training Date: 08/17/2015

Topic: Early Intervention - Infant/Toddler, Early Intervention - Preschool


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