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Using Prompts When Teaching Kids With Autism — Common Problems Encountered When Prompting

Using Prompts When Teaching Kids With Autism — Common Problems Encountered When Prompting

The experts at Partington Behavior Analysts understand that it is common for children with autism to require additional guidance, support, and anal...
Using Prompts When Teaching Kids With Autism — Removal of Prompts

Using Prompts When Teaching Kids With Autism — Removal of Prompts

All children have unique learning needs, but children with autism require extra dedication, guidance, planning, support, and analysis in the educat...
Teaching Kids with Autism — An Introduction to the Basics of Good Teaching

Teaching Kids with Autism — An Introduction to the Basics of Good Teaching

Welcome back to the Partington Behavior Analysts blog. Today’s post marks a turning point in the focus of our articles. Previously, our focus was o...
Using Prompts When Teaching Kids With Autism — Part II

Using Prompts When Teaching Kids With Autism — Part II

Welcome back to the Partington Behavior Analysts blog. Our mission in writing articles and publishing them online is to help parents, teachers, and...
Using Prompts When Teaching Kids With Autism — Part I

Using Prompts When Teaching Kids With Autism — Part I

Teaching kids with autism requires dedication, planning, and analysis on the part of everyone involved in the education process. As the leading sou...
Intervention Strategies and Behavior Goals for Autism

Intervention Strategies and Behavior Goals for Autism

Undesired and problematic behavior is one of the biggest challenges that parents and educators face when teaching children with autism or other de...
Behavior Goals for Autism Understanding Problem Behavior

Behavior Goals for Autism — Understanding Problem Behavior

Teaching children with autism and other developmental delays requires patience and a sound teaching plan. Parents and teachers often encounter ins...
Learner Cooperation — Establishing Instructional Control

Learner Cooperation — Establishing Instructional Control

As someone who works with individuals with developmental delays, you want to teach your learners the skills they need to be independent in the worl...
Reinforcing Relationships and Teaching Children with Autism — Part III

Reinforcing Relationships and Teaching Children with Autism — Part III

As we reviewed in part one and part two of this series, identifying and establishing appropriate reinforcers is key to motivating students with aut...
Reinforcing Relationships and Teaching Children with Autism — Part II

Reinforcing Relationships and Teaching Children with Autism — Part II

Teaching children with autism requires skill, knowledge, and a well-defined teaching plan that addresses key behavior patterns to ensure the best p...
Reinforcing Relationships and Teaching Children with Autism — Part I

Reinforcing Relationships and Teaching Children with Autism — Part I

Learner participation and well-trained instructors are critical components of every effective learning environment. These factors are especially im...
Educational Priorities for Children with Autism

Educational Priorities for Children with Autism

If you are the parent of a child who has been diagnosed with autism, or if you are an educator who specializes in working with students who have de...
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