Wish you could do a better job keeping up with peer-reviewed journals? Why not listen to a podcast where behavior analysts discuss a variety of fascinating topics and the research related to them? Now you can spend your extra time thinking of ways to save the world with ABA.
Supervision Series IV - (SUPERVISION) Bringing Out the Best in People Book Club, pt. 2
This week we conclude our deep dive into “Bringing Out the Best in People” by discussing some of the more ephemeral components of supervision. For instance, did you know that you can supervise creativity? And what does the future hold for supervision now that Zoomers are entering the work force. All this and the history of Nintendo.
Supervision Series IV - (SUPERVISION) Bringing Out the Best in People Book Club, pt. 1
Continuing with Supervision September, we delve deep into the science and generalization of supervisory skills with our newest book club series on “Bringing Out the Best in People”, the classic management book by Aubrey Daniels. How are running Fortune 500 companies and ABA like peanut butter and chocolate? And what does positive reinforcement have to do with improving the widget production line? Listen in and join us for part 2 next week!
Supervision Series IV - (SUPERVISION) (LIVE) Navigating Supervision in the Public Schools
It’s time for our 4th Annual Supervision September! All month long, we’ll be discussing supervision of BCBAs, supporting good management practices, and advances in the supervisory process. And, to kick things off, live (via Zoom!), it’s our talk from the Greater Boston Applied Behavior Analysis in Urban Education conference. While we couldn’t be there in person, we were honored to be asked to talk all about the trials and tribulations of supervising BCBAs in the public school system.
September 2020 Preview
Joy of joys! It’s Supervision September! All month long, we’ll be discussing topics related to supervision. Whether supervision in the schools or supervision on the job, we’re covering all the angles. And, if four whole episodes about supervision weren’t enough, we’re so excited to launch our very first Patreon to provide listeners more opportunities for exclusive episodes, discounts, and chances to meet (and maybe even podcast) with us. All that, and Jackie takes a vacation.
ABA Inside Track's New Patreon
Hey, ABA Inside Track Listeners. We wanted to stop and recognize that we couldn’t have continued creating our brand of scientific and entertaining behavior analytic content without your support. To acknowledge the importance of our community, we’ve decided to team up with Patreon to provide more opportunities for our audience to interact with the show. By donating at a variety of levels, you can unlock access to more shows, CE store discounts, and even a chance to join our recording sessions.
Delay Tolerance w/ Dr. Jeffrey Tiger
We’ve sung the praises of functional communication training (FCT) on plenty of episodes. However, we’re in the same boat as you when it comes time to start thinning the reinforcement schedule to use FCT in real life. Luckily, Dr. Jeffrey Tiger is here to save the day by sharing recent research on improving delay tolerance procedures. Is DRA the special ingredient? Plus, another chapter in the ongoing struggle of Jackie vs. DRO procedures.
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