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Dr. Laura Riffel is the "Behavior Doctor". She has over 30 years of experience working with children in regular and special education Pre-K through high school. She also raised three successful children and she and her husband chose to live with an adult who happened to have autism, bi-polar condition, intellectual disabilities and obessive compulsive disorder. She shares insights about function behind behavior and gives tips on targeting the behavior and not the child.

Latest Episodes

Test Taking Strategies

This presentation goes with the following PowerPoint on Test Taking Strategies:http://behaviordoctor.org/files/powerpoints/testtakingstrategies/MarchCoachesMtg.pptIt's almost the end of the semester and many students will be taking tests for the end of the semester. It's always sad when students who seem to know everything during class time or in their papers and then the students "blow" the test because of stress, anxiety, hopelessness, or lack of ownership. This short presentation will focus on some research based methods for reducing stress, anxiety, hoplessness and lack of ownership. Be sure to follow along on the PowerPoint so you can find the links mentioned in this presentation. We field tested this information in 102 schools last year and each teacher found useful information they could share with their students. Feel free to go to www.behavior-doctor.com and share more test taking tips you've learned to help students. Our goal at Behavior Doctor Seminars is Zero Students Fa...

40 MIN2011 NOV 22
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Test Taking Strategies

Functional Behavior Assessment Training

October 28, 2011. Join Dr. Laura Riffel as she takes you through her Functional Behavior Assessment to Behavioral Intervention Planning training. You can download the book for free athttp://behaviordoctor.org/files/books/2011%20Books/2011fba2bip4training.doc This training will focus on antecedent, behavior, and consequence data collection and using a competing pathway chart for planning a multi-modal design behavior intervention plan. After the episode, feel free to write to Dr. Riffel with any questions you might have about the training. This PowerPoint coincides with the book: http://behaviordoctor.org/files/powerpoints/FBA2BIP/WebversionFBA2BIP.ppt This tool is the one talked about in the broadcast: http://behaviordoctor.org/files/tools/dwnewfbadatatool97.xls Be sure to tune in for this exciting seminar. It will be quite lengthy, so you can save the episode and stop and start as you have time.

124 MIN2011 OCT 29
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Functional Behavior Assessment Training

New Non-Compliant Nemo

This session is for those of you who have students who don't do what you ask, when you ask. Non-compliance is one of the biggest complaints from educators. This session gives you 20 tips to try out in your classroom for those students who are non-compliant.MindsetMulti-modalRelationshipCARELabelingI StatementsOpen EndedEmpathyStudent Teacher Rating ScaleCheck-in/Check-outTUMSFour P’sPAMCalming TechniquesNo Flip FlopsQ-TIPFloat the BoatBe a detectiveKISSRemember what Thumper’s Mom taught usThis session has been edited to remove the non-muting of a phone conversation :)

30 MIN2011 JUL 6
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New Non-Compliant Nemo

Xanex Xena

Do your children have fears that are contributing to difficulties at home or school? This session focuses on overcoming fears in children. We discuss fear of:schoolmonstersthe darkillnessspiderscertain letters or wordsSimple remedies are not to be had in some cases there is no quick fix. You'll hear stories that took six months to cure and stories that were cured a little quicker. The rule is that for every year a behavior has been in place, we need to consider one month of consistent appropriate intervention for us to see a behavior change.

27 MIN2011 JUL 2
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Xanex Xena

You Can't Make Me Yogi

This short session is for those students who say, "I don't want to and you can't make me." Guess what? When a child says that they are right. Short of picking them up and carrying them somewhere (which I don't recommend) you can't make a child do something. We have to manipulate the environment to make them want to do the desired task. How do we do that? Well, one way is to use Madeline Hunter's 7 step lesson plans; especially using the anticipatory set which hooks kids into wanting to know more. Another technique is using the KWHL chart. What do they Know. What do they Want to know. How do they want to learn it and in the end what did they Learn.Building a relationship with kids really helps using Ann Corwins 3 step technique for building relationships: Eye contact, talking and touching. Research backs this one up.Finally, a group contingency with a group reward is a sure fire way to get everyone in the classroom working together, even the most "YOGI" of all.

23 MIN2011 JUL 2
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You Can't Make Me Yogi
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Latest Episodes

Test Taking Strategies

This presentation goes with the following PowerPoint on Test Taking Strategies:http://behaviordoctor.org/files/powerpoints/testtakingstrategies/MarchCoachesMtg.pptIt's almost the end of the semester and many students will be taking tests for the end of the semester. It's always sad when students who seem to know everything during class time or in their papers and then the students "blow" the test because of stress, anxiety, hopelessness, or lack of ownership. This short presentation will focus on some research based methods for reducing stress, anxiety, hoplessness and lack of ownership. Be sure to follow along on the PowerPoint so you can find the links mentioned in this presentation. We field tested this information in 102 schools last year and each teacher found useful information they could share with their students. Feel free to go to www.behavior-doctor.com and share more test taking tips you've learned to help students. Our goal at Behavior Doctor Seminars is Zero Students Fa...

40 MIN2011 NOV 22
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Test Taking Strategies

Functional Behavior Assessment Training

October 28, 2011. Join Dr. Laura Riffel as she takes you through her Functional Behavior Assessment to Behavioral Intervention Planning training. You can download the book for free athttp://behaviordoctor.org/files/books/2011%20Books/2011fba2bip4training.doc This training will focus on antecedent, behavior, and consequence data collection and using a competing pathway chart for planning a multi-modal design behavior intervention plan. After the episode, feel free to write to Dr. Riffel with any questions you might have about the training. This PowerPoint coincides with the book: http://behaviordoctor.org/files/powerpoints/FBA2BIP/WebversionFBA2BIP.ppt This tool is the one talked about in the broadcast: http://behaviordoctor.org/files/tools/dwnewfbadatatool97.xls Be sure to tune in for this exciting seminar. It will be quite lengthy, so you can save the episode and stop and start as you have time.

124 MIN2011 OCT 29
Comments
Functional Behavior Assessment Training

New Non-Compliant Nemo

This session is for those of you who have students who don't do what you ask, when you ask. Non-compliance is one of the biggest complaints from educators. This session gives you 20 tips to try out in your classroom for those students who are non-compliant.MindsetMulti-modalRelationshipCARELabelingI StatementsOpen EndedEmpathyStudent Teacher Rating ScaleCheck-in/Check-outTUMSFour P’sPAMCalming TechniquesNo Flip FlopsQ-TIPFloat the BoatBe a detectiveKISSRemember what Thumper’s Mom taught usThis session has been edited to remove the non-muting of a phone conversation :)

30 MIN2011 JUL 6
Comments
New Non-Compliant Nemo

Xanex Xena

Do your children have fears that are contributing to difficulties at home or school? This session focuses on overcoming fears in children. We discuss fear of:schoolmonstersthe darkillnessspiderscertain letters or wordsSimple remedies are not to be had in some cases there is no quick fix. You'll hear stories that took six months to cure and stories that were cured a little quicker. The rule is that for every year a behavior has been in place, we need to consider one month of consistent appropriate intervention for us to see a behavior change.

27 MIN2011 JUL 2
Comments
Xanex Xena

You Can't Make Me Yogi

This short session is for those students who say, "I don't want to and you can't make me." Guess what? When a child says that they are right. Short of picking them up and carrying them somewhere (which I don't recommend) you can't make a child do something. We have to manipulate the environment to make them want to do the desired task. How do we do that? Well, one way is to use Madeline Hunter's 7 step lesson plans; especially using the anticipatory set which hooks kids into wanting to know more. Another technique is using the KWHL chart. What do they Know. What do they Want to know. How do they want to learn it and in the end what did they Learn.Building a relationship with kids really helps using Ann Corwins 3 step technique for building relationships: Eye contact, talking and touching. Research backs this one up.Finally, a group contingency with a group reward is a sure fire way to get everyone in the classroom working together, even the most "YOGI" of all.

23 MIN2011 JUL 2
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You Can't Make Me Yogi
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