Autism: Classroom Success with Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
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By Wendy Ashcroft and Angela M. Delloso ©2014.
This six-page (tri-fold) laminated guide provides information on using principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) to teach students who have autism spectrum disorder (ASD). ABA is strongly supported as an evidence-based practice and is highly recommended for students with ASD.
Designed for use in both inclusive and special education environments, Autism: Classroom Success with Applied Behavior Analysis is a valuable tool for teachers and paraprofessionals trained to use ABA in their classrooms, especially those who are consulting with board certified behavior analysts (BCBAs). It also serves as a useful resource for parents whose children are receiving ABA services.
Written by experienced special education teachers who are also BCBAs, this guide includes clear descriptions of principles of ABA such as reinforcement, prompting, modeling, and shaping along with examples for instruction in the classroom to teach language, social, and academic skills. Also included are strategies for collecting data, monitoring progress, and reducing interfering behavior.