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The effects of active learning on professional development motivation in early childhood teachers.
A quasi-experimental design was conducted to examine the motivation of in-service early childhood teachers to pursue additional professional development opportunities and implement evidence-based strategies in their ...
Assessment and treatment of elopement among children with developmental disabilities.
Elopement is a problem behavior that is prevalent among individuals diagnosed with developmental disabilities. It often puts them in dangerous situations and makes caretaking difficult. This literature review identified a ...
The use of demand assessments in the assessment and treatment of challenging behavior.
Selection of demands without a demand assessment could result in a failure to identify an escape function for escape-maintained challenging behavior. Demands may be categorized into two categories: low-aversive and ...
Choice-making interventions to reduce challenging behavior for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
A systematic literature review was conducted to summarize the current literature on interventions incorporating choice to reduce challenging behavior. Current literature supports the effectiveness of choice-making interventions ...
An evaluation of generalization strategies used with functional communication training.
Research has shown that functional communication training (FCT) is effective for reducing problem behavior and multiple schedules can facilitate reinforcer schedule thinning during FCT. Most studies that have used multiple ...