|A Rapid Training Procedure to Teach Staff How to Implement Verbal Behavior Intensive Teaching Sessions
|Friday, May 28, 2010
|6:00 PM–9:00 PM
|Bonham C (Grand Hyatt)
|Area: AUT/VRB; Domain: Applied Behavior Analysis
|CE Instructor: Michael Weinberg, Ph.D.
|MARY LYNCH BARBERA (Pennsylvania Verbal Behavior Project)
|Description: This workshop will give a detailed overview of a three-step procedure created to teach staff to name the verbal operants fluently and to utilize errorless and error correction teaching procedures. These important prerequisite skills are needed before staff can successfully implement applied behavior analysis (ABA) and verbal behavior (VB) intensive teaching sessions with students with autism.
|Learning Objectives: This workshop will achieve the following objectives:
1. Participants will fluently name the verbal operants.
2. Partipants will demonstrate fluent errorless and error correction and generalization run-throughs.
3. Participants will leave the workshop with the skills needed to teach the three-step procedure to others including staff members and parents.
|Activities: The workshop will include a lecture, simulation activities, role playing, and discussion.
|Audience: Behavior analysts, psychologists, teachers and others interested in learning the skills needed to implement ABA and VB intensive teaching sessions with students with autism.
|Content Area: Practice
|Instruction Level: Intermediate