Supporting Students with Autism for the Paraprofessional PROFESSIONAL LEARNING PATHWAY
For more information or to register for this training, visit: https://www.cahelp.org/
For more information or to register for this training, visit: https://www.cahelp.org/ Whether you’re new to autism or a veteran having worked with students with autism for years, this pathway is meant for you. The Supporting Students with Autism pathway has been designed to take what we know about autism and put it into practice helping students as well as staff feel more successful in day to day interactions as well as help improve long term student outcomes. Through the use of online modules and virtual sessions, participates will have the opportunity to increase their knowledge and awareness of evidence-based practices (EBPs), their uses within our programs and how we can modify and adapt their presentation to meet individual student needs. Virtual sessions will include opportunities to ask questions, problem solve, view and access various examples and resources as well as connect with others in the field. Information regarding online modules will be shared at time of registration. Participants who participate in each course will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the series.
2-Hour Sessions (2:30-4:30pm) • Autism Introduction & Connection to Our Practices (9/7/22) • It’s a Wrap! Autism and EBPs in Practice (5/17/23) 3-Hour Sessions (2:30-5:30pm) • Putting EBPs into Practice: Reinforcement (9/28/22) • Putting EBPs into Practice: Prompting (10/26/22) • Putting EBPs into Practice: Time Delay (11/9/22) • Putting EBPs into Practice: Visual Supports (12/7/22) Optional Courses for Continued Learning on EBPs (2:30-5:30pm) • Putting EBPs into Practice: Antecedent-Based Interventions (1/18/23) • Putting EBPs into Practice: Social Narratives (2/8/23) • Putting EBPs into Practice: Video Modeling (3/15/23) • Putting EBPs into Practice: Social Skills Training (4/12/23) • Putting EBPs into Practice: Peer-Based Instruction & Intervention (5/3/23)
General and Special Educators, Paraprofessionals, and Service Providers
Ɔ Pupil engagement, pupil achievement and course access
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