Developed in partnership with Drs. Jon Bailey and Mary Burch, this course is approved for 9.5 Type II Supervision BACB CE credits and meets the BACB’s requirement for an 8-hour, competency-based training. The activity involves watching videos, reading the material in 58 online modules that are based on the BACB Supervisor Training Task list, and actively responding to a series of learning module questions. Includes Pre-Tests, Post-Tests and quizzes.
The Conceptual Instruction Learning Module Series will teach you how to develop materials for use with instructional design models such as that used to develop the CBA Learning Module Series and several other products available from BDS. Earn 3.0 Type II BACB CE credits upon completing this activity.
Available for both BACB and Psychology CE credits, this course will prepare you to reduce or eliminate elopement through development of function-based interventions. Questions are based on the article, “Elopement of Children with Autism: What We Know, Successful Interventions, and Practical Tips for Parents and Caregivers,” authored by Heather Walker and David McAdam. This article is published by NYSABA and it is available within the module or from NYSABA.org. Earn 1.5 Type II BACB and/or 1.5 Psychology CE credits upon completing this activity.
Available for both BACB and Psychology credits. At the completion of this CE course, the learner will be able to describe the gaze shift in joint attention from a behavior-analytic perspective. Earn 2.5 Type II BACB and/or 2.5 Psychology credits upon completing this activity.
Authored in 2018 by Distinguished Scholars of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies: Jessica Mias, Catherine Stephens, and Tyler Erath. Edited by Dr. Stephen Eversole
The activity for this course involves reading the free article Contingency-shaped and rule-governed behavior: instructional control of human loss avoidance by Mark Galizio, 1979 and then completing related fluency-based modules. Earn 4 Type II BACB CE credits upon completing this course. The proceeds from sales of this course are shared with the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies.
The activity for this course involves reading the article Ten Faulty Notions About Teaching and Learning that Hinder the Effectiveness of Special Education by William L. Heward and then completing related fluency-based modules. Earn 4.5 Type II BACB CE credits upon completing this course.
A Learning Module Series on the Article Leisure Items as Controls in the Attention Condition of Functional Analyses by McCord and Neef (2005). Earn 3.0 Type II BACB CE credits upon completing this activity.
In this series of seven modules, you’ll learn to identify and define the various products of fluency and you’ll learn about the empirical support for each. You’ll also learn strategies for achieving aims (performance criteria) and strategies for evaluating products of fluency in your practice as a behavior analyst. Earn 3.5 Type II BACB credits upon completing this activity.