Master Series: A Behavior Analysis in Language Development Programs for Students with Autism

April 16, 2012

he National Autism Center’s Standards report highlights the centrality of applied behavior analysis as evidence based practice for interventions with children with autism. This session will review the basic principles of applied behavior analysis for guiding school-based language programs for students with autism. The session will review basic teaching procedures for establishing important speaker skills including requesting, labeling, and responding in conversational skills. The session will suggest various means of providing effective instruction including both structured teaching and natural environment training. Handouts include: 1) Behavior Analysis in Language Development Programs for Students with Autism Morning PowerPoint 2) VB MAP Materials 3) Level 1 Intervention afternoon PowerPoint 4) Level 2 and 3 Intervention afternoon PowerPoint 5) Standard Data Sheet 6) First 300 Noun Language List

Title of Training: Master Series: A Behavior Analysis in Language Development Programs for Students with Autism

Presenter: Mark Sundberg, PH.D., BCBA-D

Training Date: 04/16/2012

Topics: Autism, Behavior and MTSS Behavior/PBIS

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