Error Correction Procedure and Transfer Trial

As much as the Type A perfectionist in me dislikes making errors, they are a natural part of life and an essential part of learning. While very cautiously trying to learn a new language, I have been making all types of errors. The part of this scary new learning project that has made it more Read more about Error Correction Procedure and Transfer Trial[…]

How to Use Video Modeling to Teach Social Skills

I am the type of person who likes to be prepared. In the pre-Covid era, when I went somewhere new, I liked to do my research: I checked out the website, looked at venue photos, found videos of the place, looked it up on maps and scrolled through street view. I found it calming to Read more about How to Use Video Modeling to Teach Social Skills[…]

Intermediate Requesting

When I want something, I have a whole dictionary of words to rely on to get my needs met. I can use verbs and nouns, as well as core and fringe words. Instead of just asking for “more”, I can ask for “more cheese” on my pasta, or “more mozzarella” (or parmesan). I like my Read more about Intermediate Requesting[…]

ABA Binder & ABA Programs

I am guilty. I love Pinterest. I can easily spend hours at a time scrolling through so many pins, from home renos to education, or literature and film fanfics, and of course my favourite *organization*. I am one of those people who can sit down for 5 minutes to take a break and look at Read more about ABA Binder & ABA Programs[…]

Functions of Behaviour

Do you remember having to go into the office during pre-covid times, with that one annoying co-worker who would just not stop complaining? What about thinking even further back to when you were in school and had a classmate shouting obscenities and getting sent to the office? Don’t forget about the kid at the grocery Read more about Functions of Behaviour[…]