In our 5th installment of the Addressing Challenging Behaviors Ethically in Schools Series, Special Learning, Inc, and Dr. Ronnie Detrich, the Problem Behavior in School Settings Subject Matter Expert, participants learned the various dimensions of treatment integrity and a pragmatic approach to making decisions about continuing or changing interventions because of lack of effectiveness. Finally, once an intervention is in place, it is necessary to measure the impact the intervention has on the behavior of interest. The challenge for behavior analysts in schools is finding measures that are both sensitive to change and can be recorded by existing classroom staff. If both of the conditions cannot be met then other measurement options must be considered. Some of those options will be discussed in this module.
This 2-hour webinar hosted on Wednesday, August 12th, 2020, explored common behavioral strategies and procedures and how to effectively implement such procedures to increase collaboration and carry-through within the school setting. During this LIVE interactive webinar case scenario(s) and examples were provided for the full illustration of topics discussed. Participants were encouraged to submit questions and receive real-time answers from experts.
Date: Wednesday, August 12, 2020
Ronnie Detrich, PhD
2 General QABA CEU
2 BACB Learning CEU
Learning Objectives and Outcomes:
- List cultural considerations that interfere and/or promote cross-collaboration within schools
Identify cultural norms across different races, religions, cultures, and languages and how-to create programming to incorporate such by promoting individual cultural needs.
- Develop common behavior reduction procedures that are conducive to the learning environment, implementable in the school setting, and achieve behavioral outcomes.
- Assess the pros and cons of different measurement procedures in the school setting and develop the most effective procedure and type of data display
Develop a systematic collaborative-team approach during the Behavioral Plan development through implementation which also encourages feedback from all parties involved.
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