Full course description
Time: 3 hours, 45 minutes
Credit: 4.5 Learning BACB CEs
Presenter: William L. Heward, Ed.D., BCBA-D
Course Description: Focuses on six teaching mistakes committed by teachers at all grade levels and across curriculum areas. First, the mistake and examples are presented. Second, both logical and empirical rationales are offered for why teachers should eliminate or reduce the frequency with which they commit the mistake. Third, evidence-based and classroom-tested alternative strategies will be presented. Participants receive handouts for implementing alternative strategies and an annotated list of resources.
- Name six common teaching mistakes, give a specific example of a teacher committing each mistake and briefly explain why that practice is a mistake.
- Define active student response (ASR) and give three examples and nonexamples of ASR.
- Explain why ASR is a better measure of student participation than on-task behavior.
- Define choral responding (CR), identify three criteria for curriculum content best suited for CR and describe six guidelines for conducting CR and response cards.
- Define and give an example of two basic types of response cards (RC), identify at least two advantages and potential limitations of each type and describe at least two suggestions for using each type of RC.
- State a general strategy teachers should employ as an alternative to asking their students, “Do you understand?”
- Define, give an example and state three guidelines for using structured worksheets.
- Describe rationale for guided notes (GN) and state at least four advantages of GN and four guidelines for using GNs.
- Explain why teaching too slowly is a mistake and identify three ways to increase pacing.
- State two suggestions for ensuring students receive much ASR on target skills.
Keywords: Education, teaching strategies, mistakes, resources, evidence-based, classroom, teachers
Rating: This course is recommended for BCBAs, BCaBAs and, potentially, teachers with a basic understanding of behavioral principles who are working or interested in the broad area of general education or individual teaching with both typically developing children and those with disabilities.
Access: 2 weeks
Note: The two weeks' access begins at the time of purchase, not the time of log in; purchasing multiple course subscriptions will not extend your access.
Effective July 23, 2018, each ABA type-2 on-demand CE course may be extended a maximum of three times within six months of the original course purchase. After six months from the original date of purchase, the course will need to be purchased again.
Important note: If you are taking this course to maintain your BACB certification, you will need to write your certification number to your certificate of completion, as the BACB requires that your certificate of completion includes your certification number.
Refunds are not provided once a course has been accessed.
These workshops are presented in partnership between the Florida Tech ABA Online program and ABA Technologies, Inc. ABA Technologies, Inc., is a BACB-approved provider of type-2 continuing education hours (provider number: OP-02-0023).