Stop Avoiding It: The Case for Academic Skills as Behavioral Operants | Learning CEU Credits: 2


This webinar will discuss the components of academic skill acquisition and the similarities between the maintaining environmental variables between academic and non-academic behavioral operants. Comparisons and contrasts will be made across several areas of academic and non-academic behavioral programming, such as target skill selection and matched instructional components, scope and sequence of instruction, motivation, and functional analyses. Ultimately, this webinar urges behavior analysts to consider academic operants as operating under the same contingencies as behavioral operants.

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