ArkansasIDEAS Course Catalog

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SPC15060: Defining and Understanding Behavior
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Credit Hours: 1.5

This course is the first module of the Basic Functional Behavioral Assessment to Behavior Intervention Planning series. It provides an in-depth guide to understanding and defining behaviors using the Functional Behavioral Assessment, or FBA, in accordance with Arkansas law. Participants are encouraged to complete the activities within the corresponding manual in order to learn how to define and understand behaviors by identifying their routines, antecedents, consequences, functions, and setting events.

This course, presented by behavior support specialist Allison Mears, was recorded on May 19, 2015 at the Arkansas Educational Television Network in Conway, Arkansas.

SPC15061: Functional Behavioral Assessment: Interviewing and Observing
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Credit Hours: 1

This course is the second module of the Basic Functional Behavioral Assessment to Behavior Intervention Planning series. This course provides details for interviewing and observing during the Functional Behavioral Assessment, or FBA, process. Participants are encouraged to review the corresponding manual, as it contains various interview tools and recording forms that are available to assist in interviewing and observing behavior. 

This course, presented by behavior support specialist Allison Mears, was recorded on May 19, 2015 at the Arkansas Educational Television Network in Conway, Arkansas. 

SPC15062: Critical Features of Behavior Intervention Planning
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Credit Hours: 1.5

This course is the third module of the Basic Functional Behavioral Assessment to Behavior Intervention Planning series. This course focuses on the critical features of the Behavior Intervention Plan, or BIP, including the Competing Behavior Pathway and function-based behavior interventions. Participants are encouraged to complete the activities and review the available strategies in the corresponding manual.

This course, presented by behavior support specialist Loretta Wallace, was recorded on May 19, 2015 at the Arkansas Educational Television Network in Conway, Arkansas.

SPC15063: Function-Based Intervention
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Credit Hours: 1

This course is the fourth module of the Basic Functional Behavioral Assessment to Behavior Intervention Planning series. This course takes a look at function-based interventions and strategies that must be included in a Behavior Intervention Plan, or BIP. The presenter provides details on prevention, teaching, and consequence strategies that are effective in supporting behavior interventions.

This course, presented by behavior support specialist Loretta Wallace, was recorded on May 19, 2015 at the Arkansas Educational Television Network in Conway, Arkansas.

SPC17008: Foundations in Special Education: Major Components of IDEA
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Credit Hours: 1

This course is the first module in a series of three. The purpose of the series is to introduce and clarify various topics related to the foundations of special education.

In this course, Dr. Dia Jackson of American Institutes for Research describes different aspects of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEA) in detail. She begins with a review of several key special education terms and a brief history of special education. She goes on to discuss the major components of IDEA 2004.

This course was recorded on December 14, 2016 at AETN studios in Conway, AR.

SPC17009: Foundations in Special Education: Legal and Ethical Issues
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Credit Hours: 1

This course is the second module in a series of three. The purpose of the series is to introduce and clarify various topics related to the foundations of special education.

In this course, Dr. Dia Jackson of American Institutes for Research focuses on legal and ethical considerations in special education. Dr. Jackson clarifies how several laws and court cases impacted students with disabilities and helped shape special education as we know it today. She also discusses ethical behavior in education and the responsibilities of mandated reporters.

This course was recorded on December 14, 2016 at AETN studios in Conway, Arkansas.

SPC17010: Foundations in Special Education: Roles and Responsibilities
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Credit Hours: 1

This course is the third module in a series of three. The purpose of the series is to introduce and clarify various topics related to the foundations of special education.

In this course, Dr. Dia Jackson of American Institutes for Research presents an overview of instructional best practices in special education service delivery and the roles and responsibilities commonly held by special education professionals. Dr. Jackson discusses several topics including collaboration, instructional strategies, and more. She also describes the type of professional development teachers should be receiving.

This course was recorded on December 14, 2016 at AETN studios in Conway, Arkansas.

SPC17011: Introduction to Behavior: Supporting Effective Behavior
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Credit Hours: 1

Using a classroom management plan that includes reasonable expectations for student behavior is helpful in maintaining consistency and creating positive student-teacher relationships. In this course Nick Croninger, from American Institutes for Research, describes effective strategies for classroom management plans that help with building strong student-teacher relationships and with maintaining consistency among students, teachers, and environments.

This course, which was recorded on December 14, 2016 at AETN studios in Conway, Arkansas, is the first in a series of three introductory modules for building administrators, general education teachers, new special education teachers, and paraprofessionals. The purpose of the series is to introduce learners to various topics related to supporting student behavior in the classroom.

SPC17012: Introduction to Behavior: General Classroom Management Systems
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Credit Hours: 1

Managing behavior and practicing consistency with positive and negative consequences can be difficult for even seasoned teachers. This course includes a presentation by Nick Croninger from American Institutes for Research, exploring classroom factors that influence behavior and effective classroom management. Mr. Croninger uses a continuous example scenario throughout the course to illustrate different steps in the process of developing and implementing an effective classroom behavior management plan.

This course, which was recorded on December 14, 2016 at AETN studios in Conway, Arkansas, is the second in a series of three introductory modules for building administrators, general education teachers, new special education teachers, and paraprofessionals. The purpose of the series is to introduce learners to various topics related to supporting student behavior in the classroom.

SPC17013: Introduction to Behavior: Behavior Intervention Plans
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Credit Hours: 1

In this course Nick Croninger from American Institutes for Research discusses terminology related to behavior management and the basic steps in developing and implementing a behavior intervention plan (BIP). He uses example scenarios and activities to illustrate how to effectively define a problem behavior and the process of identifying the function of behaviors.

This course, which was recorded on December 14, 2016 at AETN studios in Conway, Arkansas, is the third of a series of three introductory modules for building administrators, general education teachers, new special education teachers, and paraprofessionals. The purpose of the series is to introduce learners to various topics related to supporting student behavior in the classroom.

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