Ethics & Best Practices For Behavior Analysts In Public School Settings | Ethics CEU Credits: 2


This webinar will focus on an overview of maintaining ethics under the BACB code when practicing as a BCBA or BCBA-D in the public-school settings through addressing specific ethical codes and how to maintain ethical behavior. Challenges in the school setting and how to respond to those challenges will also be reviewed.

Dr. Linfante was a special education teacher for 10 years, working in public schools and private
special education schools. Dr. Linfante obtained her undergraduate degree in special and
elementary education from Salve Regina University in Newport, RI. She started in a school that
utilized Applied Behavior Analysis for students with intense developmental and behavioral needs
and wanted to go back to graduate school to learn more about the science of teaching. In 2018,
she completed her doctorate in Applied Behavior Analysis from Columbia University in New
York City, NY. Dr. Linfante has worked as a behavior consultant since 2019. She has also
worked as an adjunct professor for St. Elizabeth University in Morristown, NJ and Purdue
Global University (online). Her research interests include verbal behavior and effective behavior
management strategies. She specializes in self-contained classrooms, behavior management
strategies, and tactics for an inclusive classroom.

  1. Identify the specific ethical codes that apply to practicing as a BCBA or BCBA-D in the school setting.
  2. Identify how to maintain ethics when working in the school setting.
  3. Identify ethical challenges and appropriate responses in order to ensure the ethic codes are followed when practicing as a BCBA or BCBA-D

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