School-Based Applied Behavior Analysis Programs for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Course 5 Instructional Strategies
This series is divided up into 6 separate courses ranging between 90 min and 120 minutes each. The series is designed to be watched in sequence, but individual courses can be watched individually and still be beneficial. The National Professional Development Center (NPDC) on Autism Spectrum Disorders was the primary source for the information presented in the DVDs.   This is the fifth course in the series covering the topic of Instructional Strategies.   Identified learner objectives include:   Identify considerations of choosing instructional strategies Define discrete trail training (DTT) and relate components to ABA List and describe the five steps of DTT Specify prompting and prompt fading techniques List ways to motivate learners to engage in DTT Identify advantages and disadvantages pertaining to DTT Define naturalistic teaching and relate components to ABA List and describe the components of naturalist teaching List various strategies for motivating students to communicate Identify advantages and disadvantages pertaining to naturalistic teaching   

teachers, special education teachers, speech language pathologists, administrators, parents, related service providers
Deaf/Blind, Visually Impaired, LIFE skills, Progress in the General Curriculum, ECSE, Autism, Special Education, Deaf, Speech Therapy
1 - Planning, T-TESS 2 - Instruction, T-TESS 1.3 - Planning: Knowledge of Students, T-TESS 2.2 - Instruction: Content Knowledge and Expertise, T-TESS 2.4 - Instruction: Differentiation
Online Course, Self-directed

CPE Credits: 4.00  
Registration Closes: 5/30/2019 11:59 pm
Ends: 8/21/2019