Reinforcement is one of our most common tools, but we often hear from other teachers and practitioners that it isn’t working. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to ensure success with reinforcement, and we dive into them here. We share tips, tricks, and common mistakes so you can troubleshoot and experience greater success with clients.
What do you do when a learner you’re working with errors? In this blog, I’m going to talk about how to perform an error correction procedure.
Task analysis is all about making goals and projects more manageable, and we use this technique on a regular basis throughout our everyday lives. Task analysis doesn’t have to be big, and it’s all about breaking any size task down into smaller steps. Here, we dive into all things task analysis and how it can help you and your clients succeed.
Often in an ABA program, we’re teaching kids multiple skills at once, which can sometimes result in scrolling behaviors. It’s important to be aware of scrolling and know how to deal with it from the very beginning. Here, we cover helpful tips and strategies to prevent and manage scrolling through error correction procedures and transfer trials.
As ABA professionals, it’s important to understand baseline data and how to use it effectively. Here, we cover both as well as what kind of baseline data to collect. We also discuss when to take frequency or duration data, touch on ABC data collection, and the difference between pre-testing and baseline data.
Robert Schramm is a board-certified behavioral analyst and the creator of Just 7 Steps of Instructional Control. Through his transformative work, Robert was able to translate behavioral analysis principles into language that parents can understand. Robert’s 7 steps help parents of all backgrounds make great progress with their kids regardless of diagnosis while building great relationships with them along the way.
Rose Griffin is the founder of ABA Speech and the host of the Autism Outreach Podcast. She’s dual-certified as a speech language pathologist (SLP) and a BCBA. Rose shares stories from her career journey, information about her available coursework, and why collaboration between SLPs and BCBAs is so important.