What You Will Learn

Students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are increasingly being included in general education classrooms because multiple learning opportunities occur in the general ed environment that cannot be replicated in segregated settings. Inclusive settings have been demonstrated to enable students with ASD to more effectively generalize and apply the skills that they have learned.

In segregated settings, however, students with ASD would benefit from evidence-based applied behavior analysis (ABA) interventions. Most general ed teachers have not received the training they need to put ABA into practice in a straightforward and easy-to-apply format.

This engaging 90-minute research-based webinar with author, professor and ABA expert Dr. Debra Leach will provide a framework for designing and implementing applied behavior analysis interventions within general ed classrooms. Although students with ASD may need specialized interventions in order to fully engage, learning basic ABA principles can help general ed teachers better work with these students. 

Of course, most general ed teachers will not become experts in ABA. But they can learn how to apply ABA teaching principles to improve the success of students with ASD.

This webinar will:

  • Provide educators with step-by-step procedures to determine goals for ABA interventions in general ed classrooms
  • Enable participants to develop ABA teaching procedures and to create easy-to-use data collection procedures for monitoring student progress
  • Give guidelines for working as a collaborative team during the assessment, development and implementation phases
  • Provide specific suggestions for roles of the different team members on the ABA implementation team.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn best practices when including students with ASD in general education classrooms
  • Understand the rationale for embedded ABA Interventions
  • Plan and implement ABA interventions:
    • Assessment
    • Goal setting
    • Designing interventions
    • Monitoring progress
    • Collaboration among team members

Who Should Attend:

  • Classroom Teachers
  • Special Education Personnel
  • School Counselors
  • Social Workers (Beginner Intermediate)
  • At-Risk Coordinators

You Will Also Receive

The $49 registration fee includes a PDF copy of the PowerPoint presentation that will accompany the live presentation. This will be emailed to each registrant via the email address provided at registration.

Benefits from Taking this Webinar
  • Valuable Information – From a nationally known speaker with a reputation for providing insightful and useful information.
  • Inexpensive – Eliminate travel arrangements and travel expenses that you would ordinarily need to expend to attend a professional seminar such as this one.
  • Efficient – No need to spend time arranging for and traveling to this seminar
  • Access PowerPoint™ Visuals – as Dr. Deb Leach progresses through the seminar. A copy of the PowerPoint™ presentation slides will be available to you upon registration.
  • Reproducibles – Handouts and worksheets will be available to you, upon registration.

Potential Funding

Research-based, outcome-based continuing education opportunities from Developmental Resources may qualify for funding under Title 1 Part A Targeted Assistance Program Grants; Title II Part A Improving Teacher Quality Grants; Perkins Professional Technical Education Grants as well as other federal, state and local sources. Requirements vary from state to state. Contact your local administrator.

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Group Discounts

Available for attendees from the same school system or private practice.

3-5 Attendees 10% off
6-9 Attendees 15% off
10-19 Attendees 20% off
20+ Attendees 25% off
Unlimited Access CD
The pre-recorded webinar on CD will be shipped to you for unlimited viewing.

In order to be eligible for group discounts, we must receive ALL registrations at the SAME time.

Grade Levels: K-12

Grade Levels: K-12

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Dr. Deb Leach
About the Presenter

Dr. Debra Leach is an Assistant Professor of Special Education at Winthrop University and is a board-certified behavior analyst who specializes in working with children with autism spectrum disorders, their families and those who serve them. She has served as a special education teacher and general education teacher at the elementary level working in inclusive settings and was the inclusion specialist at the K-8 laboratory school at Florida Atlantic University.

Debra has served as the Associate Director for the Florida Atlantic University Center for Autism and Related Disabilities. In her current position at Winthrop University, Debra teachers a variety of courses in special education. She also has received grants to provide statewide training to teachers promoting the successful inclusion of students with autism spectrum disorders.

In addition to publishing several journal articles, Debra is the author of two books, Bringing ABA into Your Inclusive Classroom: A Guide to Improving Outcomes for Students with ASD and Bringing ABA into Home, School, and Play for Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.