This webinar will discuss research-based practices on training teachers and paraprofessionals to use and implement behavior strategies and tactics in the school setting. We will address a training sequence that supports teaching the basic principles of behavior, understanding the three-term contingency, collecting data, and providing feedback to teachers and paraprofessionals.
Training Teachers & Paraprofessionals To Implement Behavior Strategies & Tactics With Fidelity In The School Setting | Supervision CEU Credits: 2
Dr. Weber completed her Ph.D in Applied Behavior Analysis at Columbia University. Prior to that, she completed her undergraduate degree at Towson University in special education. She spent the first part of her career teaching in public schools as a special education and general education teacher. Since 2016, she has worked as an Adjunct Professor at Teachers College Columbia University and Nicholls State University. In 2018, she began consulting with school districts on using the science of teaching and applying the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis in all aspects of instruction. Her research interests over the last 10 years have included academic interventions, verbal behavior and verbal development and teacher training. She specializes in classroom management and environment strategies, setting up self-contained classrooms, instructional design, and tactics to create inclusive classroom environments.
- Identify how to use the three-term contingency to train teachers and paraprofessionals on the principles of behavior & identifying behaviors in the classroom.
- Identify best practices for teaching teachers and paraprofessionals how to utilize preventative or antecedent strategies.
- Identify how to provide feedback to teachers and paraprofessionals on accuracy of implementing strategies and tactics.
- Identify how to teach teachers and paraprofessionals to collect accurate data on student behavior within the confines of the classroom