Group Instruction for Kids Who Hate Group Instruction


This webinar will provide information on the deficits that many children with autism have and why these deficits prevent learning in group situations. It will describe some beginning goals and the procedures used to meet those goals in providing effective group instruction to early learners. Who would benefit from this webinar: Autism service provider organizations Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) Teachers Paraprofessionals *Participant complaints regarding this or any other BACB CE event requirements violations must first be directed, in writing, to the Relias Learning ACE Coordinator, Rhonda Davin, PhD. Please contact Dr. Davin via email: [email protected] The ACE Coordinator will make every reasonable attempt to resolve participant complaints; however, should the ACE Coordinator be unable to resolve the complaint, the complainant may file a formal complaint directly with the BACB.


Hours: 1.00


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Course Details

Course Code: REL-ATS-FW3
Hours: 1
Type: Online Course
Content Expiration Date: 5/31/2019
Learning Objectives:
Identify deficits and barriers to learning that some students have that prevent them from benefiting from group instruction
Identify when a transition to group instruction would be appropriate
Define the first goals/IEP objectives in providing effective group instruction
List multiple group activities and teaching procedures that can be used to target those group instruction goals
Expert Reviewer: Anne Lau M.Ed., NCC, BCBA
Anne Lau is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who has specialized in working with individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) since 2004. She earned her Master's in Education (Counseling) from University of Hawaii in 2008 and shortly thereafter became a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). Annejoined the Autism Behavior Consulting Group in 2010, where she assisted in opening The ABC Clinic, a specialty school for children with autism, and other learning challenges, in Aiea, on the island of Oahu. She completed coursework in behavior analysis through the University of North Texas and became board certified in 2010. Anne is the current president of the Hawai'i Association of Behavior Analysis (HABA), and is on the Scientific Advisory Board of Autism Training Solutions (ATS) . She is also a member of the Association of Behavior Analysis International and the American Counseling Association.Anne’s interests include: the core social deficits of autism (as a lack of pairing with reinforcement), Skinner’s analysis of verbal behavior, feeding problems, parent group training, precision teaching, and organizational behavior management. Disclosure: Anne Lau M.Ed., NCC, BCBA has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.
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