Course Code: REL-ATS-0-NATS1
Type: Online Course
Content Expiration Date: 10/31/2018
Describe the history and seminal research related to incidental teaching and naturalistic teaching procedures.
Describe the following naturalistic teaching strategies: Natural Language Paradigm, Pivotal Response Training, Incidental Teaching, and Milieu Teaching
Describe the defining characteristics, strengths and limitations of Naturalistic Teaching Strategies.
Explain the differences and similarities between the DTI and NaTS.
Describe how to complete two different types of preference assessments.
Key Terms and Concepts •Milieu Teaching •Incidental Teaching •Natural Language Paradigm •Pivotal Response Training •Preference Assessments •Free Operant •Forced Choice •Functional Relationships •Generalization •Multiple Exemplars
BCAT Task List:
C-03 Treatment: Skill Acquisition
C-05, C-07, C-10
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