Special Education Supports & Eligibilities For Behavior Analysts | Learning BCBA CEU Credits: 5 | Behavior Webinars LLC

Special Education Supports & Eligibilities For Behavior Analysts | Learning BCBA CEU Credits: 5

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

This is a text-based course. 

This course provides students with an in-depth understanding of the crucial role behavior analysts play in supporting individuals with diverse learning needs. Participants will learn how behavior analysts contribute to the special education process by conducting assessments, developing behavior intervention plans, and providing behavioral supports. They will explore collaborative approaches with educators, parents, and professionals to design individualized programs that address unique needs and foster positive behavioral outcomes. The course also covers the assessment and analysis of behavioral data to determine eligibility for special education services, inform decision-making on placement, accommodations, and appropriate supports for students with behavioral challenges.

Author/Speaker

Dr. Jaime Flowers holds the position of Professor of School Psychology at Stephen F. Austin State University. Holding a License in Educational Psychology (LEP) in California, and a License as a Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP) in Texas.  Additionally, she is recognized as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP).  Dr. Flowers’ scholarly pursuits are primarily focused on the realms of behavior analytic ethics and functional behavior analysis within educational environments. Her research endeavors contribute significantly to the advancement of knowledge and practices in these critical areas of study.

Objectives

  1. Understand the role of behavior analysts in the special education process, including their responsibilities in conducting assessments, developing behavior intervention plans, and providing behavioral supports to students with diverse learning needs.
  2. Gain knowledge of collaborative approaches and effective communication strategies for working with educators, parents, and other professionals in designing and implementing individualized programs that address the unique needs of students.
  3. Develop skills in analyzing and interpreting behavioral data to inform decision-making regarding eligibility for special education services, placement considerations, and the development of appropriate accommodations and supports for students with behavioral challenges.
  4. Explore ethical considerations and best practices related to the provision of special education supports, including issues of confidentiality, cultural sensitivity, and promoting dignity and autonomy for individuals with diverse learning needs.
  5. Apply theoretical frameworks and evidence-based strategies in the development and implementation of behavior intervention plans, with an emphasis on promoting positive behavioral outcomes, skill acquisition, and the reduction of challenging behaviors in educational settings.

Syllabi

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