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These courses are for students to learn positive behavior support theories and methods for promoting acceptable behavior in school settings. These courses are designed for teachers and individuals with responsibilities that involve children with behavioral and learning disabilities, including autism. These courses are designed to assist in developing skills to teach and support acceptable behavior and apply the most recent evidence based interventions within the classroom.Students enrolling in this curriculum will receive two graduate-level quarter credits after completing the 20 hour course sequence through ATS plus an additional SPU assignment.Antecedent InterventionsConsequence InterventionsDiscrete Trial Instruction - ImplementationDiscrete Trial Instruction - IntroductionFunctions of Behavior: FBAIntroduction to Autism Spectrum DisordersIntroduction to Verbal BehaviorNaturalistic Teaching StrategiesPrinciples of Behavior Part 1: ReinforcementPrinciples of Behavior Part 2: Behavior ReductionRecording BehaviorTeaching New BehaviorTeaching Requests/Mand Training