aut513 | Graduate
Autism Spectrum Disorders: Behavior Management
This graduate-level course is 4 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Increasing and Shaping Positive Behaviors
- Illustrate stimulus control.
- Describe reinforcers and reinforcement.
- Contrast negative reinforcement and punishment.
Behavior Generalization and Self-Monitoring Strategies
- Describe behavior maintenance and generalization strategies.
- Recommend self-monitoring strategies.
- Determine possible resolutions to ethical issues in implementing behavior intervention strategies.
Behavioral Characteristics and Assessing Behavior
- Describe the behavioral characteristics of students with autism spectrum disorders.
- Explain how the demands of daily activities may affect students with autism spectrum disorders.
- Identify the purpose and components of behavior assessments.
- Recommend tools for assessing behavior.
Behavior Intervention Plans
- Describe the behavioral effect of sensory processing disorders.
- Explain how to support students with autism spectrum disorders using research on behavior intervention.
- Recommend a comprehensive behavior intervention plan.
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