ABA 101 Web-Based Training for Staff and Parents - 30523

ABA 101 is a self paced, unlimited usage, eight-hour training course with more than 300 video examples and learning-enhancing exercises to ensure that the staff at your clinic, school, or center (as well as parents in your community) have the skills and resources necessary to follow through meaningfully in Applied Behavior Analysis environments. This session will be taught by Liz Maher, M.Ed., BCBA. Key concepts include: - The Science of Applied Behavior Analysis - Antecedents, Behaviors, and Consequences (ABCs) - Introduction to Reinforcement - Importance of Immediacy - Introduction to Pairing - Importance of Practicing Replacement Skills

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Parents, Teacher - Special Education, Charter School Personnel
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Please email Michael Tucker at mtucker@esc11.net after registering for instructions on accessing the ABA 101 training
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