As ABA professionals, we often use assessments to help plan our programs. But sometimes we miss the big picture. Learn how to plan practical ABA programs for your learners on today’s podcast episode. Kids are multi-faceted and multi-dimensional. And while assessments can be helpful, they can also prevent us from tailoring programs to each unique individual. We cover some of the different ways we can get caught up in the details and show you how to teach more dynamically.
One challenge with using assessments is that they break out specific concepts, making it harder to teach skills holistically. We discuss how to troubleshoot when a specific program may not be working and how to choose a different path. We also discuss how to monitor progress and keep track of long-term goals.
Now that you’ve seen what practical ABA programs look like, learn to create your own through our CEU event, Programming for Progress, on February 22nd at 12 pm EST!
- How to use practical ABA programs with learners
- How to avoid getting caught up in details and focus on the big picture
- Tips on how to monitor progress and keep track of long-term goals