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2022 Summer 01
ED684A/Lecture/OL1 - Behavioral Consult Homes,School&Communty | Credits 3.00
(3 credits) This course uses online technology in combination with role plays and feedback to build behavior analytic case conceptualization and execute effective behavioral consultation. Behavioral case conceptualization is the integration of information from a functional assessment, complete with skills and adaptive behavior assessment, as well as ecological assessment. This course focuses primarily on behavioral consultation skills needed to produce a strong behavior analytic case conceptualization and to link that conceptualization to intervention. The course thus attempts to reach the following goals: pinpointing target behavior, collaborative goal setting, setting up data collection procedures, identifying critical setting/situation for change (analysis of both antecedent variables and establishing operations), preliminary functional assessment, including descriptive analysis, experimental functional analysis, and behavior chain analysis; understanding graphic representation of data; setting up a competing-behaviors model; linking conceptualization to functional intervention; ensuring that intervention is comprehensive enough to get the job done and least restrictive; analyzing contingencies, treatment integrity checks and data analysis thorough single subject graphs. Special topics include behavior analytic models of teacher and parent resistance, as well as interventions for resistance. This course is an intensive lab course that focuses on the practical aspects of “how to” consulting (i.e., what is done each session, each step of the way). It is critical that students participate in each class to engage in the role-plays and get feedback from other students. IMPORTANT: Students must have current background checks documents on file with the School of Education. (See Background Checks

Arcadia Undergraduate Curriculum (AUC) Fulfillment:

Registration Type Traditional
Fees N/A
Instructors Golembiewski, Katherine
Duration 5/23/2022 - 8/19/2022
Schedule Online Course  11:58 PM - 11:59 PM;  Online Course, Online Course, Room ASYNC
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites N/A
Credit Types Graduate credit
Class 20 Seats | 18 Remaining

Primary population and other student populations allowed to register for this course:
 Primary Population# Others Allowed# Others Registered
Campus  Arcadia University200
Program  Graduate.200
College  Education201
Department  Education201
Nontraditional  750400 ABA / AUT202