Connections Behavior Planning and Intervention is excited to welcome Alison Moors Lipshin for a three-hour webinar for Behavior Analysts! This event will focus on the topic of designing individualized instruction for our clients via Component/Composite Analysis.
Whether it is expected of a BCBA, teacher, para-educator or parent: designing instruction for any learner can be a daunting task. Currently, there exists a wide variety of readily available published curricula which has a cookie-cutter or one-stop-shopping approach to instruction. Since neuro-diverse students and clients, by definition, need curricular sequences individualized, then no standardized approach will ever be effective for all. This webinar will provide simple instructional design technologies that ensure quality programming from the start, as well as provide strategies for remediating roadblocks that pop up along the way to mastery. Participants will be introduced to Component/Composite analysis and how it applies to the relationship of component skill deficits to composite skill success.
About the Presenter
Alison Moors Lipshin is a passionate and dedicated Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Teacher and Educational Consultant helping to improve the lives of neuro-diverse students and their families for more than 25 years. She is known for championing high quality inclusion practices within a wide variety of private and public school systems throughout the United States and developing countries worldwide. Ali enjoys mentoring professionals in the practice of adapting general education standards to meet the needs of a wide variety of learner profiles. Ali is also the program founder for the Academy for Precision Learning, a non-profit, private, K-12 inclusion school in Seattle, WA (www.aplschool.org). But most importantly, Ali is the proud mother of two amazing little girls who inspire her daily.
Participants at this event will:
- Define the instructional design terms “Tools”, “Component” and “Composite”
- List at least three tool-component-composite relationships in skills that are common deficits in their learners
- Identify at least 6 motor movements presented as “tool” skills
- Discuss the relationship between fluent tool skills and the likelihood of mastery in component or composite skills
- Identify a component/composite relationship in progress monitoring
CEU’s included, and Cost to Attend:
- 3.0 Learning BACB CEU’s (included with purchase)
- $60 to attend
- Includes access to the recording and presentation materials, and CEU’s.
For questions, challenges with registration, or any other needed information, please contact Dusty, Director of Continuing Education and ACE Coordinator for CBPI, LLC, at email@example.com.