In this four-day training, participants will learn evidence-based instructional strategies needed to work students with behavioral challenges, students with ASD and other students with complex needs. Intervention always includes instruction! Strategies will include teaching methods to use before, during and after behaviors occur. This training is designed to provide participants with tools to intervene before instructional errors or behaviors can occur, resulting in measurable student progress. This Train the Trainer model will provide participants with training tools to go back to their districts and train direct care staff, teachers, other service providers, etc. Participants will be required to demonstrate competency in the skills learned in this training. This training is designed for people who work directly with students within the classroom setting, trainers, direct service providers, educational leaders, coordinators or other professionals charged with providing training to other adult learners and who are confident in doing so in an applied learning context. Teams of two or more are recommended. Coffee and bottled water is provided. Lunch (on your own).
Day 1 & Day 2
1. Antecedent Interventions (Opportunities to Respond, Behavior Momentum, Pre-Correction, Choice, etc.)
2. Objective observation and Report Writing
3. Measurement and Graphing
4. Reinforcement, Prompting and Prompt Fading, and Stimulus Fading
Day 3 & Day 4
5. Shaping, Task Analysis, Errorless teaching and Error correction - Hands on practice with a partner
6. Professional Practice (Treatment integrity, Confidentiality, etc.)
7. Train the Trainer – Practice training components using the Behavior Skills Training Model in small groups
Participants will participate in an Implementation Activity event to present on strategies learned from the training, and provide student outcome data. This event will be discussed in detail at the training.
The BACB does not warrant, endorse, sponsor, or approve or partner with the event, organization, or instructor. 12 CEUs will be awarded for completion of all requirements. The content for this event is considered intermediate. There is no fee. For further information, contact Peggy VonFeldt, email@example.com.
Approved for continuing education clock hours for Kansas licensed Speech-Language Pathologists by the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services.
Learners will be able to identify, describe, and connect antecedent strategies with behaviors.
Learners will be able to objectively observe and record events occurring in the environment to determine how it affects student behavior and/or learning.
Learners will be able to choose a data collection method, take data with fidelity and analyze their results.
Learners will identify how and when to give reinforcement.
Learners will identify when to implement prompt and prompt fading procedures.
Learners will identify and practice the components of a shaping procedure.
Learners will break down a behavior into individual components and write a task analysis.
Learners will implement Errorless Teaching Procedures and Error Correction.
Learners will practice collecting data on Skill Acquisition and Treatment Fidelity.
Learners will describe and analyze steps to improve staff cohesiveness and training, then develop a plan for their own setting.
Learners will design, implement, and evaluate a professional development structure using the Behavior Skills Training model to improve treatment integrity.
Learners will review treatment integrity and performance feedback.share
July 07, 2021 from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm
Check In at 7:30 am
8:00am.-3:30pm. each day
Meet In Person
0.0 Professional Learning Contact Hours
|Provider(s)||TASN Autism and Tertiary Behavior Supports (ATBS)|
Pamala Scharping, Shana Ayers, Nichole Hitchcock, Peggy VonFeldt
State Trainers, BCBA, LBA
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USD 260 District Office Conference
1550 E Walnut Grove Rd, Derby, KS 67037 (316) 554-8004
USD 260 District Office Conference