Session Detail

Positive Behavioral Strategies that Work: Putting the “A” in ABA with Lisa Rogers


Educators agree that in order to learn optimally, students need to be able to plan, organize and complete tasks.  They also need to learn to control their impulses and feelings to be successful in school and beyond. These are just some of what are called executive functioning skills. 
Educators also agree that students can present very challenging behaviors when those executive functioning skills are under development. Research shows that the most effective strategies for addressing challenging behavior are those that primarily focus on the prevention of challenging behavior and the promotion of appropriate social behaviors.   
The first step is understanding the “WHY” behind a behavior from ABC data with a specific focus on the antecedents.  While data may seem like a lot of work, ABC [antecedent-behavior-consequence] data is essential to better understand the function of the behavior and the specific antecedent-based interventions to help prevent challenging behaviors and teach what you want to see.    
This session will provide teachers and paraeducators with an opportunity to develop real, meaningful, and practical visual strategies to teach, practice and reinforce positive behaviors and student outcomes.  Through consistent implementation, these visual strategies serve as powerful bridges to a brighter future.

Important Session Information:

Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Thursday, September 16, 2021

Session ID:
Credits Available:
(6) CPE
(6) Contact Hours
Seats Available:
Contact Person:
Shalyn Droddy
Killey Hays
Outside Presenter
Date Time Location
9/16/2021 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Region 05 ESC site - Lone Star Room

350 Pine Street Suite 500 Beaumont, TX 77701 | Phone: 409-951-1700
350 Pine Street Suite 500 Beaumont, TX 77701
Phone: 409-951-1700
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