Thank you for your interest in the February 11, 2015 afternoon session PLC topic of ABA and Other Evidence Based Strategies and Interventions that Work For Students With ASD!

The vast majority of evidence-based practices for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are derived from the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA). Many behavior analytic strategies, such as video modeling, activity schedules, and direct instruction, are ideally suited to educational settings for children with ASD. However, educational service providers may not be familiar with the full range ABA tactics and strategies. The purpose of this session is to present an overview of several modern ABA procedures, including video exemplars and recent research results, that could be particularly useful for educational service providers. The learning objectives for this session included an increased knowledge of ABA, the types of procedures that are and are not considered ABA, and ideas for incorporating ABA within a public school program for children with ASD.

The PowerPoint for the presentation is provided below:


The file below was also provided as a handout to attendees:


Thanks again for your interest and attendance in the February 11, 2015 afternoon session PLC for school psychologists, school social workers, and speech and language pathologists covering the topic of
ABA and Other Evidence Based Strategies and Interventions that Work For Students With ASD.
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