What you might not know about visual analysis
Making better decisions through visual analysis with celeration and level
Wednesday, August 10th at 7 PM EDT
As behavior analysts it's import to use the most effective measurements of behavior when making intervention decisions. Too many in ABA use measures that can mask the effects of an intervention, and in some cases, cause ABAers to make incorrect assumptions about the intervention.
- How you can use these measurements to quantifiably define your learners' progress
- Show clients exactly when your learner is expected to achieve success
- How these measurements can improve standardization and increase the effectiveness of your comparisons between interventions
- How to calculate and incorporate these key values in your work
- How using different graphs create different perspectives about the effects of interventions
RICK KUBINA, Ph.D., BCBA-D - Rick is a cofounder of Chartlytics, the Chief Academic Officer of the Precision Teaching University, and a Professor at Penn State University teaching and researching the science of individual measurement and performance/learning improvement.