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Discrete Trial Procedures Visual Reminders (Free!): Even Adults Need Visual Cues


FREE Downloadable Toolkit On Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) For Autism - Applied Behavior Analysis. Different types of therapies that fall under the umbrella of ABA: discrete trial learning; incidental teaching; verbal behavior; pivotal response training; and natural language paradigm. After briefly defining and describing these methodologies, the kit explains how ABA methods support individuals with Autism and answers the question "Will ABA Benefit My Child".

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7 Ways You Could Be Sabotaging Your Discrete Trial Training

We work so hard on providing good ABA instruction in our discrete trials with students with autism. Avoid these 7 mistakes that can sabotage these efforts with solutions in this post.

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DTT vs. Task Analysis

Teaching skills in a Special Education classroom is already tough enough, but figuring out which teaching strategy doesn't have to be! Check out the difference between Discrete Trial Training and Task Analysis and see which one is best for teaching skills in your SPED classroom!

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Pivotal Response Training (PRT): A Naturalistic Instruction Strategy for Autism

New post in the effective ABA series. Describes Pivotal Response Training (PRT) and how it can be used in the autism and special education classroom.


ABA Autism Training Chapter 1 The Discrete Trial- It is a series of videos demonstrating 5 of the key techniques needed for successful intervention: The Discrete Trial; Reinforcement; Prompting; Generalization; Incidental Teaching The videos are intended to be a learning tool, used in conjunction with textbook, classroom and/or practice-based learning

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5 Main Types of Prompts: An Infographic

As we are talking about prompts, I thought it important to define prompts before we talk about how to use them and fade them.  First, a prompt is anything you add to instruction to help the student get to the right response.  This means that it includes pretty much anything that is done after the …