KEDC ABA Conference
2017 KEDC ABA Conference
Applied Behavior Principles in the Schools: Promoting Academic, Behavioral and Emotional Heath
Addressing Challenging Behavior in Schools: Consultation, Intervention & Me, Dr. Allan Allday
This presentation will address behavior and discipline challenges faced in classrooms and schools from the standpoint of behavior analysis. Information will be presented that addresses the following: (a) common needs of educators when understanding challenging behavior; (b) barriers to effective consultation between educators and behavior analysts; (c) practical methods to overcome the barriers; (d) tailoring evidence-based interventions to “real” classroom situations; and (e) Me – our role in delivering interventions and improving student outcomes. 3.0 BACB approved CEUs.
Teaching Written Expression Skills to Students with Severe Disabilities: A Behavior Analytic Approach, Dr. Robert Pennington
In this session the presenters will describe a range of behavior analytic strategies for teaching written expression to students with moderate to severe disabilities and autism spectrum disorder. 1.5 BACB approved CEUs.
Application of Applied Behavior Analysis in the School Setting, Laura Ferguson
ABA, applied behavior analysis, is the application of behavioral principles to everyday situations that will increase or decrease targeted behaviors. ABA has been used to help individuals acquire skills in many areas, such as language, play skills, and self-help skills. In addition, these principles can help to decrease maladaptive behaviors such as aggression, self-stimulatory behaviors and self-injury. In the classroom we hear these terms and often wonder if or how we can apply these principles in our classrooms. During this training we will take a look at the science of applied behavior analysis and how we can implement these practices in the classroom setting. 1.5 BACB approved CEUs.
March 31, 2017 9:00am – 4:00pm
Conference Registration is free. BACB CEU Certificate fee is $50