Get more out of every session! Increasing Instructional Efficiency During DTI 2/28/18 10:00 am eastern

$110.00

Presented by: Casey L. Nottingham, BCBA

Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 Time: 10:00-12:00 pm 

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Continuing Education:

  • Behavior Analysts: 2 Type II CEUs Live or recorded event
  • Psychologists: 2 Continuing ed hours
  • Nurses, social workers, and counselors: Not eligible for continuing education

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Description

Discrete trial instruction (DTI; Smith, 2001) has been widely used to teach a variety of skills to individuals with autism spectrum disorder. One modification of DTI, referred to as instructive feedback, involves incorporating secondary targets into learning trials. These secondary targets are presented in the absence of direct teaching (i.e., prompts, reinforcement, error correction). This modification of DTI has been found to increase instructional efficiency because individuals learn additional targets without requiring additional training time. The current webinar will provide an introduction to and examples of instructive feedback, a review of recent research on instructive feedback, and recommendations for clinical application and future research.

Learning Objectives:

After attending this event participants should be able to:

  • Describe a variety of possible ways to incorporate secondary targets into learning trials
  • Use instructive feedback in clinical practice
  • Assess effectiveness and efficiency of instructive feedback in clinical practice through appropriate data collection
  • Discuss previous research on instructive feedback

 

10:00 am: Introduction
10:05 am: Pretest
10:10 am: Live webinar begins
11:45 am: Q & A session- submit questions via chat function
12:00 pm: Submit attendance codes, take post-test, and fill out confidential evaluation form

Casey L. Nottingham is a board certified behavior analyst and is currently a clinical supervisor for Alpine Learning Group’s Outreach Program in Paramus, NJ. She is a doctoral student in the Applied Behavior Analysis program at Caldwell University and obtained her M.A. in Applied Behavior Analysis from Caldwell University. Casey’s current research interests include increasing instructional efficiency, staff training, sleep interventions, and health and physical fitness. She has published her work in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and Learning and Motivation and presented at national and local conferences. Casey is a member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, The New Jersey Association for Behavior Analysis, and the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy.

Disclosure Statement:

Casey L. Nottingham is a salaried employee and does not receive commissions or incentives for referrals to the Alpine Learning Group that may come from viewing this or other ABAC events. She does not receive speaker fees for presenting as part of the ABACLive webinars. These fees are sent directly to Alpine Learning Group.

 

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ABACAccess Recording Information: The recording of this webinar is available to paid participants for a limited time. For more information about recordings visit our ABACAccess page.