Who Are We?
Jess Forsdick, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA email@example.com
Nicole Burgener, M.S., BCBA, LBA firstname.lastname@example.org
Molly Dwyer, BCBA, LBA email@example.com
What is a BCBA?
A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is a graduate-level certification in behavior analysis. All certified behavior analysts have completed coursework specific to behavior analysis, completed at least 1,000 hours of supervised field work experience, and passed a board exam. Certified behavior analysts also are required to complete continuing education credits to maintain their certification.
What Do We Do?
Student Support, Teaming Support, Training
Student Support Referral Process
- The Student Support Team will:
- Asses Tier 1 strategies (class-wide) are in place
- Implement 1-2 Tier 2 interventions
- Use data to identify student need for further support
- The SST and Administration will:
- Fill out the Behavior Specialist request form
- Send the form to the District Behavior Team
- A Behavior Specialist will:
- Contact the SST
- Conduct an observation if needed
- Provide a behavior plan in collaboration with the SST
We offer many different behavior training options. We will always tailor the presentation to the specific needs of the audience and individuals
requesting the training.
- Common Topics:
- Behavior Basics
- Thinking Functionally
- Tier 1 Behavior Support/Classroom Management
- Tier 2 Behavior Support
- Classroom Motivation
- Common Training Groupings
- Large Group Training for Staff
- Small Group Training
- PLC Training
- Parent Training