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Open to all BC School District and independent school personnel, this one-day workshop will help participants develop a basic understanding about behaviour and the underlying causes of challenging behaviour. In addition, some common strategies for preventing and managing challenging behaviour will be discussed.
Learning outcomes include:
- Define behaviour, challenging behaviour, and develop operational definitions of behaviour
- Describe how the environment influences challenging behaviour
- Label and describe the ABCs (of challenging behaviour) and identify examples of them
- Identify the different functions that behaviours serve, and explain why it is important to determine the function prior to intervention
- Use ABC data collection to determine the function of behaviour
- Give examples of class-wide antecedent interventions and describe their components
- Define replacement behaviours and describe how to select one to teach
- Describe what a token economy is and how it is used
- Describe behaviour contracts, and how to write one
- Discriminate between punishment and extinction, and explain the pitfalls of using punishment procedures
- Explain why it is important to collect data
POPARD super‑workshops are open to all BC School District and Independent School personnel. Click here to choose a workshop session.