Self-Guided Training, Video / Webinar / Podcast
Administrators, Family / Community, Related Services / Support Staff, Educators
Behavior, Autism, Specially Designed Instruction
Autism and Tertiary Behavior Supports
Earning instructional control is the most important aspect of any intervention or learning relationship. Instructional control is what motivates the learner to listen to you, to develop new skills through instruction, and to do what you ask of them. Essentially, instructional control is about developing a positive working relationship. During part 1, Robert Schramm provided an overview of the seven steps that parents and educators can follow to earn instructional control. In part 2 he will discuss learning how to teach instructional control and will focus on steps 1-6.
After viewing part 2, participants will be able to:
Robert Schramm, MA, BCBA, is the lead behavior analyst for Knospe-ABA, Europe’s largest ABA/VB autism intervention institute in Hepse, Germany. He is the author of The Seven Steps to Earning Instructional Control and Motivation & Reinforcement. You can learn more about Robert at http://knospe-aba.com/cms/us.
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The webinars are listed by category and alphabetical order. The category for this webinar is Instructional Strategies.