This blog post will cover G-9 of Section 2 in the BCBA/BCaBA Fifth Edition Task List. You will learn about "discrete-trial, free-operant, and naturalistic teaching arrangements" (Behavior Analyst Certification Board, 2017). #ABA #BCBA #BCaBA #RBT #bcbaexam #bcbaexamprep #bcbaexamstudyguide #studyguide #examprep #discretetrialtraining #DTT #naturalenvironmenttraining #NET #freeoperant #appliedbehavioranalysis #appliedbehaviouranalysis #allthewaystoaba #whatsthefunction #AllDayABA
Discrete Trial Training is an evidence based practice used in many classrooms. I wanted to take the next few days to talk about DTT. Over the next few days, I will be answering the basic wh- questions about Discrete Trial Training and I will give you a quick peek at what it looks like in ... Read More about Discrete Trial Basics: What Is Discrete Trial Training? Who is it for?
I have shared how I use DTT and Task Analysis lessons in my classroom here on the blog before. How do I know when to use a DTT lesson and when to use a Task Analysis (TA) lesson? Believe it or not, the answer to that question is quite simple! Discrete Trial lessons are best ... Read More about DTT vs. Task Analysis
Earlier in this series, I talked about things to avoid when giving directions in discrete trial training (DTT). One of those was giving away the answer with your direction. Today I want to focus on 7 things you may be doing in your presentation of instructions and materials that may be giving away undermining your teaching. Essentially they teach the student to attend to the wrong thing.
Using discrete trial training is a staple in my ABA based special education classroom. Setting up a discrete trial teaching protocol doesn't have to be hard. This DTT kit for counting 1-30 objects has the stimulus cards and data sheets you need to get started using discrete trial activities in your classroom tomorrow. The variety of stimulus cards in this pack will have your students counting with 1:1 correspondence in no time. #specialeducation #aba #discretetrial
I love the new year. It’s full of excitement of the new things that will be happening. It feels like a fresh start, too. I find myself getting things organized in my classroom as I get ready for a new year. Here are some of my favorite tips and tricks as well as some of my favorite ... Read More about Getting Organized in the New Year: 1:1 Work Time