Course Code: REL-ATS-0-BM5
Type: Online Course
Content Expiration Date: 6/30/2019
List and describe a variety of effective techniques, methods, and procedures to teach new skills.
escribe the appropriate use of shaping and chaining.
Identify and demonstrate different prompt procedures and prompt fading techniques to prevent prompt dependency.
Identify when to use a most to least vs. least to most prompt hierarchy.
Describe procedures for teaching novel skills through imitation and modeling.
Describe procedures for teaching novel skills by creating video modeling and video self-modeling media.
Identify the purpose of using time delay with prompting procedures.
Demonstrate a task analyzes of a particular behavior.
Delineate forward chaining, backward chaining and total task presentation.
Identify and define discrimination training.
•Prompting •Prompt hierarchy •Shaping •Chaining •Backwards chaining •Total task presentation •Forward chaining •Task analysis •Modeling •Imitation •Time delay •Discrimination training
Junne Yukari Park
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