Here, we dive into teaching our learners WH questions. We discuss the importance of comprehension and why we need to teach across operants. We cover how to handle error correction, how to utilize matching and visuals, and provide information on our upcoming webinar.
A lot of our kids with autism have a hard time learning to use pronouns and possessions appropriately. So we are showing you our pronouns and possession program to give you tips on how to teach pronouns and possession to your learners.
Attributes are great for teaching language expansion and vocabulary development. After learning nouns, students can start putting descriptive words in front of those nouns. For example, “I want the big chip” or “That plate is dirty.”
Dr. Alan Schnee is a Ph.D., BCBA-D, consultant, author, and speaker. Here, we talk to Dr. Schnee all about matching. As professionals, we often teach simple matching skills to our students, but matching can also be used as a vehicle to teach many other things. Here, we discuss when to introduce higher-level matching techniques, how BCBAs can incorporate more creative thinking in our programs, and more.