This is the first DVD in this workshop series. It provides an overview of B. F. Skinner’s functional analysis of language to parents, educators, and other practitioners. A review of the primary types of expressive language skills (verbal operants) is included along with video clip demonstrations of effective teaching methods.
Introduction to The Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills- Revised (ABLLS®-R), is the second DVD in the "Teach Your Children Well™; DVD Series". The ABLLS-R is an assessment tool, curriculum guide, and skills-tracking system for children with autism or other language delays.
A full-scale curriculum, Centers™ is the result of collaboration between ABA professionals, classroom educators, and parents. It is designed to address the needs of children at various functioning levels. The instructional foundation of the program is video-modeling, which meets the Council for Exceptional Children’s criteria for an evidence-based teaching practice.
Look…Listen…I Can Do It!™ lesson modules: opposites, familiar people, farm animal fun, karaoke, numbers, animal sounds, cutting, glue crafts, appropriate play, and function of objects.
Basic life skills video modeling with basic social and behavioral skills training includes: object naming and identification, greetings, simple games such as stacking blocks and ‘duck-duck-goose, and listening during story time with Mom. This video features very basic language and social skills modeled by young children in true-to-life settings. Children are engaged by the depictions of play and fun which happen in the home and out of doors. Recommended for developmental ages: 18 months and up and especially for the non-verbal child.
Building language and social skills is fun when set in the context of: coloring pictures, a game of "Simon Says" or duck-duck-goose, and outdoor play with friends. LET’S PLAY depicts language and social skills for already verbal children and builds upon the foundation of A New Beginning, our first DVD. This video models more interactive group play and appropriate life skills for children featured activities including: coloring, playing blocks, turn-taking, and “Simon says…” Recommended for developmental ages: 3 and up.