Behavior Reinforcement – Using Your Child’s/Student’s Preferences to Shape Behavior

 

Reinforcement is one of the most important parts of the learning process. Understanding this concept helps us to understand why people do what they do, or why they won't do something. Once we know about a child's reinforcers we can use that information in the teaching process. From skill acquisition to behavior reduction, reinforcement helps us shape the behaviors we want to see in our children and students. But, understanding reinforcement is more than just knowing what the learner likes.
This workshop will discuss:

  • Identifying true reinforcement for your child or student
  • Using contingent reinforcement – what this means and how to do it
  • How and when to fade reinforcement
  • When are tokens systems a good idea?
  • How to use a schedule of reinforcement for optimum results
 
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Date & Time Location Status
4-12-18
7:00pm - 9:00pm
Matthew Jago School, 99 Glen Cove Avenue, Sewaren, NJ coming soon
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