The Scott Center for Autism Treatment Presents: BEHAVIOR BASICS BOOT CAMP: Ways To Make Your Classroom More Manageable - a large on campus lecture with small group exercises and hands on training for the teacher who wants to learn more about behavior!
Event is held at the Scott Center for Autism Treatment on Melbourne Campus
The new event is held on Tuesday, August 5th, 2014 from 9:00am to 4:00pm EST
Lunch is included with registration fee of $60
- Brevard County Employees: Please contact Barbara McFadden at 1 (321) 633-1000 ext. 534 or email for registration and in-service points.
Learn to Manage Challenging Behaviors
- Identify why challenging behavior occurs in the classroom
- Choose interventions in the classroom
- How to take data on behaviors while teaching
- Determine when outside support is needed
- General prevention strategies
While obtaining her Ph.D., Dr. Alison Betz was a behavioral consultant for public school districts. Her primary responsibilities included creating ABA-based classrooms for children with autism and other developmental disabilities, providing ongoing training to teachers and others on the special education team and supervising academic programming for students.
Workshop Objectives: Behavior Boot Camp 2014
Basics of Behavior
- What is behavior?
- Why is it important to know about behavior?
- What drives our behavior?
- 3 term contingency
- Why do challenging behaviors occur?
- Antecedents (triggers to behavior)
- Managing contingencies to decrease problem behavior
- How to monitor and assess problem behavior
- Assessments that can be used in the classroom
- Data collection
- Analyzing data
- Creating behavior goals
- Identifying appropriate classroom interventions
- Determining whether the intervention is effective
- What to do if the intervention doesn’t work