This training is an introduction to Antecedent Based Interventions (ABIs). ABIs are interventions that increase the likelihood of appropriate behaviors and/or decrease the likelihood of problem behaviors by changing events that occur before a behavior. Throughout this course, you will learn about several different ABIs including Visual Supports, Priming, Highly Preferred Materials, Offering Choices, Premack Principle, High Probability Requests and Noncontingent Reinforcement. Participants will be introduced to each ABI and learn how to implement each one with fidelity.
This training is an introduction to Targeted Behavior Interventions. In this training, you will be introduced to the Student Intervention Matching (SIM) Form. The SIM Form is used for students identified as “at risk” and helps match the behaviors exhibited by the student to possible Tier II interventions. The interventions include School Home Note, Check-In Check-Out, Class Pass, Positive Peer Reporting, Behavior Contract, Self-Monitoring and Small Group Social Emotional Learning. Participants will learn how to complete and score the SIM Form, match the student needs to interventions and implement each of the interventions with fidelity.
In order for the training to be held, there must be at least ten (10) participants registered.