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BCBA/BCaBA Supervision Curriculum

The ONLY online supervision curriculum

  • 200+ hours of content

    • 30 units over 4 sections​

    • Covers 4th and 5th edition task list

    • Increases access to unrestricted hours

    • All accessible in Canvas (mobile and desktop access)

  • All materials provided to save hours of time​

  • Quantifiable skill assessments

  • Quality content created over 3 years by BCBA, Melissa Druskis

  • Free products ($50 value)

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The Content

Section 1

Foundational Concepts & Basics of Measurements

  • Dimensions of ABA

  • Measurement & Data Collection

  • Philosophy of ABA

  • Respondent & Operant Behavior

  • Analyzing Scientific Articles

  • Graphing & Analyzing Data

  • ABA in the Education System

Section 2

Behavior Change Basics

  • History of ABA Service Delivery

  • Basics of Behavior Change

  • Functions of Behavior

  • Reinforcement & Punishment

  • Preference Assessments

  • Motivating Operations

  • Schedules of Reinforcement

  • Ethics I

Section 3

Assessment & Report Writing

  • Experimental Analysis

  • Assessment Prep & Parent Interview

  • Verbal Behavior

  • Assessment: VB Mapp & ABLLS-R

  • Assessment: AFLS & More

  • Basic Program Implementation

  • Report Writing

Section 4

Decreasing Behavior & Advanced Topics

  • Advanced Program Implementation

  • Advanced Behavior Change

  • Decreasing Challenging Behavior

  • Functional Analysis

  • Writing a BIP

  • Parent Training & Collaboration

  • Supervision

  • Ethics II

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