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SOG17026: Economics Arkansas and the Stock Market Game
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Credit Hours: 2

Looking for a class project that engages students, motivates lifelong learning, and helps students meet standards across the curriculum? Then check out the Stock Market Game, an online investment simulation for student groups from fourth to twelfth grade. Marsha Masters (Economics Arkansas) describes the many benefits and applications of the game. She introduces four Arkansas educators who describe how they implement the game in their classes and enjoy excellent results. For educators who might be intimidated by the idea of using a financial markets activity in class, investment expert Meredith Moll (Foundation Resource Management) presents an overview of financial markets and principles of investment. 

This course was recorded at AETN studios in Conway, Arkansas on September 13, 2016.

SPB14005: Working with Children with Low Incidence Disabilities (2009)
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Credit Hours: 6.5

This course provides knowledge, techniques, and teaching methods for teachers and paraprofessionals who work with students who are Hearing Impaired, Visually Impaired, or Deaf-Blind. 

The Task Force, established by the Arkansas Department of Education Special Education Unit in 2008, consists of individuals representing public school personnel, audiologists, family consultants, speech-language pathologists, and special education supervisors. The Deaf-Blind Project funded and supported the development of this training module.

SPB14008: Behavior is Communication
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Credit Hours: 1.5

In this course, Eric P. Hartwig, Ph. D. discusses the "why" behind behavior. He also delves into shaping emotional and behavioral competence and shares his thoughts on how to change a behavior by being proactive instead of reactive, focusing on the core values in the shaping process. He then focuses on environmental events that will affect the child's behavior as a whole. 

SPB14009: A Process Approach: The Ten Rs Protocol
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Credit Hours: 1.5

In this course, Eric P. Hartwig, Ph. D. discusses the Ten Rs Protocol and how it can be implemented in the public school system. He delves into describing the planning process and describes how it can be systematic and directive in shaping emotional and behavioral needs of the child. He then breaks down each "R" of the protocol system and explains how they will relate to students. 

SPB14010: Conducting and Documenting the FBA Process: The Basics
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Credit Hours: 2

In this course, Eric P. Hartwig, Ph. D. discusses "Conducting and Documenting the Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA) Process: The Basics." He begins by introducing what the FBA process is and the basic steps of the process. Dr. Hartwig delves into the central goal of FBA, relationships, and how behaviors become habitual, conditioned, socialized, and readily observable. 

SPB14011: Creating the Perfect Behavior Plan
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Credit Hours: 1

How do you create the perfect behavior plan and what might it look like? In this course, Eric P. Hartwig, Ph. D. explores disciplinary issues, educational engineering, behavioral reduction procedures as it relates to the functional analysis model, components of a behavior plan, and appendices related to collecting information for a behavior plan. 

SPB14012: A Deeper Look at Procedure and Practice in Functional Behavior Assessment
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Credit Hours: 2

In this course, Eric P. Hartwig, PH. D. discusses "Conducting and Documenting Functional Behavioral Assessment." In this session, he begins with a review of what was discussed in the previous session. He then moves into a deeper analysis of the Functional Behavior Assessment. 

SPB14013: A Working Model for Manifestation Determination
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Credit Hours: 1

In this course, Eric P. Hartwig, Ph. D. discusses "A Working Model for Manifestation Determination." He begins by introducing the history and proper implementation of the model. Dr. Hartwig delves into the process of determining if the behavior is caused by the child's disability or if the behavior is independent and not related to the disability. He concludes his presentation by discussing the fulcrum of process and reminds teachers that they must take a balanced approach about a child's behavior. 

SPB14014: Behavior Intervention Plans
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Credit Hours: 2

In this course, Dr. Eric Hartwig, Administrator of Pupil Services/Psychologist of Marathon County Special Education in Wausau, Wisconsin discusses the Behavior Intervention Plan - the final piece in the Balancing Procedural Expectations with Positive Practice series. Using various examples and detailed explanation, Dr. Hartwig provides many practical techniques for developing an effective Behavior Intervention Plan and examines both the short and long version. He also discusses ways to measure progress. 

SPC14438: Understanding the NCSC Alternative Assessment Curriculum and Instruction Resources
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Credit Hours: 6

The National Center and State Collaborative is a project led by five centers and twenty-six states to build an alternate assessment based on alternate achievement standards for students with the most significant cognitive disabilities. The goal of the NCSC project is to ensure that students with the most significant cognitive disabilities achieve increasingly higher academic outcomes and leave high school ready for post-secondary options.

This course, presented by NCSC Consultant Mindy Roden, Ph.D., was recorded on July 29-30, 2014 in the AETN studios in Conway, Arkansas. It provides a detailed overview of the NCSC resources available to assist special education teachers with alternate assessments while enabling teachers to meet the needs of their individual students and the expectations of the Common Core State Standards.

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