Presented by Molly Noon, BCBA, CCC-SLP
You are fantastic at teaching academic content, but find yourself being pulled to address the behavioral needs of a few students. What if you knew how to address those behavioral needs BEFORE they became disruptive? What if you applied your teaching skills to TEACHING behavior, instead of responding to it?
This workshop that explains the scientific foundations of behavior and how to apply them in the classroom. Participants learn the basic building blocks of behavior and use them as the foundation to design specific teaching methods for both academics and pro-social behaviors in the classroom. Specific methods for prompting students will be discussed. Basic data collection methods will be incorporated.
Mondays and Wednesdays May 4th – 18th, 10:00 AM
Sessions delivered online via Zoom. Link will be provided the day before the first class.
Additional sessions may be opened, depending on demand.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Teachers, Para-professionals, Related service providers
$100 per person.
Class is priced at $20 per session. If an individual is aware they will miss a class, price will be adjusted accordingly.
Group rates for more than 5 attendees from the same agency are available. Please contact email@example.com for information.