Learning How to Learn
This program teaches a student to pay closer visual and auditory attention.
Listening to Teachers
This program teaches students to comply to teachers and adults.
Observational Learning II
This program teaches students to learn by watching or listening to another person (not the teacher).
This program teaches a student the relationship between reinforcers and what he/she needs to do to receive it.
This program teaches a student how to answer questions about what he has been doing.
Imitation in Play Activities
This program teaches students to apply imitation skills to more fun activities.
This program teaches several different learning how to learn behaviors (e.g., paying attention to the therapist, paying attention to the materials) without demanding language requirements.
I Don't Know
This program teaches a student to say “I don’t know,” when he/she does not know the answer to an instruction.
This program teaches a student to monitor their own performance in a group.
This program demonstrates strategies to deal with students’ negative emotion and disruptive behaviors when we end reinforcement, like play time, and transition to another tasks.
This is a paying attention program. The purpose of the program is to teach students to learn to look at the therapist in order to make an initiation. A token economy is used to help establish this contingency.
Scanning Via Matching
This program teaches students to scan larger areas more effectively.