Playlist · by abateman2012
11 episodes, 4 hours 22 mins
Leanne Page on Parenting with ABA
In this episode, Leanne Page from “Parenting with ABA” sits down with Dr. Kelly. Leanne talks about parenting advice and how much of it relies on punishment and is often based on our own experiences. Through her dissemination and education efforts, Leanne helps parents save their sanity by embedding positive practices based on the science of behavior analysis into their everyday interactions. Learn more at www.parentingwithABA.org. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Autism Spectrum Disorder at School
Dr Berney and Dr Marshall discuss the various educational challenges for children with autism spectrum disorder.
Treatments for Autism Spectrum Disorder
Dr Berney and Dr Marshall discussbehavioral, medical, and educational treatments for autism spectrum disorder.
Parent-Child Interactions: Attention
This week, Dr Berney and Dr Marshall are happy to announce the upcoming release of their new parenting book, Handbook for Raising an Emotionally Healthy Child Part 2: Attention.
Catch Them Being Good
Dr Berney and Dr Marshall discuss three strategies for offering your child some positivity.
Dr Berney and Dr Marshall discusshow self-regulation develops in childhood and the factors involved.
Assessing Symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder
Dr Berney and Dr Marshall discusssome of the common instruments used to assess Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Absence of Evidence Does Not Mean Evidence of Absence
Dr Berney and Dr Marshall discuss research suggesting that many Americans believe that since there is no evidence to suggest that marijuana causes harm, it must be safe.
Teach, Don’t Punish
Dr Berney and Dr Marshall discuss the importance of teaching skills instead of punishing deficits.
Common Core vs Real Life
Dr Berney and Dr Marshall discuss the importance of teaching children life skills, as opposed to focusing on high stakes tests.
When Everything Clicks
There can be a lot of psychological noise involved in teaching. But what if we replaced all that mental chit chat....with a click? This week, we explore an innovative idea about how we learn. It will take us from a dolphin exhibit in Hawaii to a top teaching hospital in New York. It's about a method to quiet the noise. The sort of clutter that can turn learning into a minefield of misery.
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