This course provides effective behavioral consultation strategies in a comprehensive K-12 school setting. The focus is on the development and implementation of behavioral consultation in the school setting. It also offers an additional emphasis on home-school collaboration, teacher-resource provider collaboration, and collaboration in and socioeconomic and culturally diverse population. Knowledge and skills for effective behavioral collaboration with teachers, parents, and other resource providers is provided. The course provides candidates strategies for the development, implementation, and evaluation of behavioral consultation.
- Examine components of behavioral consultation in a school setting.
- Design a behavioral support plan using a behavioral consultation method.
- Analyze functional conditions for the purpose of increasing, decreasing, or maintaining behavior.
- Differentiate the goal specification objectives of a specified behavior.
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