Application of Behavioral Principles with Students who are Deaf and/or Hard of Hearing
Complete Attendance not available before workshop starts.
Principles and methods that define Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) have proven to be
extremely valuable in virtually all aspects of public education, including instructional
design, classroom systems of individual behavior support, school-wide behavior
support, and the many realms of assessment” (Dunlap, G., et al, 2001). ABA and
positive behavior supports have also been effectively used with students who are deaf
and/or hard of hearing as well as with other students with significant disabilities. During
this session, participants will learn about the various strategies and procedures that
have been applied with a wide range of students in the public school setting and have
resulted in positive outcomes and improvements for students’ by improving their overall
quality of life through increased independence and opportunities to socially engage with
others across environments.
Faculty and Staff who work with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students to include but not limited to Special Education Teachers, General Education Teachers, Diagnosticians, Behavior Specialist, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists, Speech Language Assistants, Licensed Specialist in School Psychology, Adaptive PE Teachers, Counselors, Administrators
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