These are 16" x 20" designs of some basic concepts I use in the classrooms, especially with Autism and ABA-focused classrooms. I will be adding to this document.
The first three posters are:
Class Rules: Looking eyes, listening ears, kind words,
Want a systematic way to find out what you can use as reinforcers for different students? Here is some information on conducting formal and informal preference assessments and data collection forms with sample data.
Remember, finding a student's
I created this for a quick reference to the ABLLS tasks, either when working on administering the assessment or simply when thinking about a student and what direction I want to go next in programming.
Information on the ABLLS:
The Assessment of
Good for detailed goal/program data taking, especially useful for those in the autism-ABA field and in classrooms that are highly structured. I have been in the clinical ABA field for many years after beginning my career in special education. I
My version of a frequently-used communication log to keep track of home communications. This is great when questions arise about when the last communication was as well as informal data tracking of how often contact with home was required. I also
Continuous and discontinuous data collection/measurement forms typically used by BCBAs in the ABA field (Applied Behavior Analysis). Included: Whole Interval Recording, Partial Interval Recording, Momentary Time Sampling, Simple A-B-C,
Simple and non-descript ABA daily data sheet. Good for use in a classroom with paras who have minimal training on data collection. In our classroom, this will be used in conjunction with detailed program/goal sheets and graphs.
Use this quick form when you are doing a direct observation of a para in a classroom or a therapist in an ABA clinical setting. This does NOT replace thorough training and follow-up or fulfill RBT supervision requirements, but it's a quick snapshot
I use this short form when I've ben asked to do an observation of a student, typically to consult due to challenging behavior or autism-related challenges. If I'm preparing to develop a behavior plan, I will do much more than this; but when I'm just
We will be sending this to parents to fill out before the start of the school year to make sure we have in mind what is most important to our parents and to get to know a little more new students. I will also be preparing and sending soon a number
I use this for therapist/para/staff to fill out quickly at the end of each session, typically a DT sit-down work session. It's quick and easy and gives the next person a snapshot of how the student did just before they came in to work (or the
Adapted from Sundberg's list of intraverbal targets, I have used this to add additional targets and to track data for students who are at this level of language.
"The VB-MAPP is based on B.F. Skinner’s (1957) analysis of verbal behavior,
Want a quick and easy way to track a student's day in order to communicate with parents? Parents want to be informed! And many of the students we worked with can't tell them how their day went.
Page one is filled out throughout the day by the
Working as a behavior consultant in some capacity and need a quick way to gather information before you do an observation? I like this form as it's not too lengthy and involved for a teacher to fill out but will at least get them thinking about many
Looking to become an RBT? Refer to https://www.bacb.com/ for details. If you have a supervisor and are in the training, this may help you learn the concepts. This is the training I start with for Task A for my new RBTs. It's done in conjunction with