Maximizing Motivation for Children with Autism with Applied Behavior Analysis & Verbal Behavior Strategies

Description

Robert Schramm, BCBA, and Author of the Verbal Behavior Teaching Manual, "Motivation and Reinforcement: Turning the Tables on Autism, and “The 7 Steps to Earning Instructional Control” will be presenting his very popular ABA with Verbal Behavior workshop for parents and professionals. Participants will learn from a presentation filled with practical video examples of the tools and techniques of The Verbal Behavior Approach to ABA, to allow them to become a Child’s Best Teacher.

Course Objective:

Participants will be able to de?ne the key principles to implementing The Verbal Behavior Approach to ABA and understand the signi?cance of motivation, the function of language, and accessing the correct teaching setting to create the most effective learning opportunities for children.

Participants will be able to apply an A-B-C (Antecedent/Behavior/Consequence) analysis to a student’s behavior in order to better understand the purpose of the behavior and/or the outcome of the behavior that is contributing to child’s engagement in the behavior.

Participants will be able to make decisions regarding the level of reinforcement that will yield the highest probability of the child performing successfully.

Participants will be able to identify the most effective manner to shape the environment to maximize the child’s opportunity for success and appropriate behavior modi?cation.

Participants will be able to identify the behavioral principles and procedures that support the development of Instructional Control with learners demonstrating low motivation for learning in therapy sessions.

Participants will be able to identify the behavioral principles and procedures that support the development of Instructional Control with learners demonstrating low motivation for learning in therapy sessions.

Participants will be able to describe three types of teaching: Intensive Trial Teaching, Net Environment Teaching, and On the Move (or Incidental) Teaching.

Participants will be able to identify the behavioral principles and procedures that support the development of Instructional Control with learners demonstrating low motivation for learning in therapy sessions.

Participants will be able to describe and produce data that support ABA/VB procedures.

Participants will be able to identify and review the ABC Paradigm of the behavioral principles that will yield the highest probability of the child preforming successfully.

Participants will be able to make decisions regarding the level of reinforcement based on the Skinners Classi?cation of language that will yield the highest potential in the motivation of learning in therapy sessions.

Participants will be able to identify and utilize correction procedures to make decisions that support the development of control with low motivation during scheduled therapy sessions.

Participants will be able to identify the behavioral principles and procedures that support the development of learning with intense examples of expanded trials.

Participants will learn how to implement Correction Procedures, Transfer procedures, Joint Control prompting and Expanded Trials and Cold Probe data keeping.

Participants will learn about advanced considerations they will need when using the 7 Steps to Earning Instructional Control including issues related to aggression, self-aggression and self-stimulatory behavior.

Location BDI Playhouse Childrens Therapy
11411 W. 183rd St.
Suite B
Orland Park, IL 60467
Date 5/28/2019 8:00 AM - 5/29/2019 2:00 PM (Check in 8:00 AM)
Sponsor BDI Playhouse Children's Therapy
Trainer Robert Schramm
Contact Reenie Parrish (708) 243-0259 rparrish@bdiplayhouse.com
Principles 1. Support families
2. Active participation
3. Collaborative relationships
4. Specific goals
5. Comprehensive plans
6. Periodic monitoring
7. Quality services
Credit Hours 1.0 - Assessment
1.0 - Atypical Development
10.0 - Intervention
1.0 - Typical Development
Cost $375
Status Closed