Single Case Design In An Educational Setting | Learning BCBA CEU Credits: 5 | Behavior Webinars LLC

Single Case Design In An Educational Setting | Learning BCBA CEU Credits: 5

Original price was: $75.00.Current price is: $40.00.

This is a text based course

This specialized course offers a comprehensive exploration of Single Case Design (SCD) within the dynamic context of educational settings. SCD is a rigorous research approach that equips educators with the tools to systematically assess and refine interventions tailored to individual learners. By delving into the heart of SCD, participants will unlock a wealth of knowledge and techniques to rigorously evaluate the effectiveness of educational interventions. This process is not a one-size-fits-all endeavor; it is an artful science that demands a profound understanding of behavioral principles, research design, and ethical considerations.

Author/Speaker

Dr. Jaime Flowers is a professor of School Psychology at Stephen F. Austin State University. She is a Licensed Educational Psychologist (LEP). In California and Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP) in Texas in the state of Texas, Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP). Her current research interest includes behavior analytic ethics, and functional behavior analysis in schools.

Objectives

  1. Gain a comprehensive understanding of the historical development and theoretical underpinnings of Single Case Design, distinguishing it from group research methodologies.
  2. Develop the proficiency to design and implement various types of Single Case Designs, selecting appropriate methodologies to address diverse educational scenarios.
  3. Develop the skills to make data-informed decisions, and draw meaningful conclusions from Single Case experiments.
  4. Understand how to seamlessly integrate Single Case Design methodologies with the RTI framework, utilizing data-driven approaches to optimize intervention strategies and support individualized learning experiences.

Syllabi

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