Christopher D. Jones
Designed for graduate students in special education. Focus on contemporary topics relating to the application of the theoretical constructs to special education. Offered: AWSp.
This Winter Quarter Reading Seminar will focus on selected articles primarily from the JABA Anthology, "Behavior Analysis in Developmental Disabilities" and the text, "25 Essential Skills & Strategies for the Professional Behavior Analyst" by Jon Bailey and Mary Burch. During each class session, we will spend the first half of the class discussing 1 article to be presented by 1-2 students and and the second half of class discussing 1 chapter from the Bailey-Burch text. This is a credit/no credit course and your grade will be determined based on your active participation in discussions, productive presentation of at least 1 article, and clear demonstration that you are performing the assigned readings.
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