Errornt you glad we're playing a game?
What's your problem?
No Eating Tacos
Linda... linda... listen
You're so basic ABA.
100

the location of the first prompt in a prompt/fade sequence 

before the target behavior 

100

the name for antecedent, behavior and consequence 

three term contingency 

100

the other name for NET 

incidental teaching 

100

name three examples of soft skills 

positivity, active listening, communication, teamwork, adaptability/flexibility, problem solving, managing conflict, confidence, mindset, perceptiveness 

100

these procedures increase future likelihoods of target behavior 

reinforcement 

200

the type of prompting you should refrain from using (with the exception of verbal behavior) 

Verbal 

200

the response to a problem behavior for attention 

withhold attention 

200

the best way to plan for NET

lesson plan and pull ahead of time 

200

percentage of communication that is non-verbal 

93%

200

these procedures decrease future likelihood of target behaviors 

punishment 

300

name the three steps of the "piggyback" prompt 

MTS, Receptive, Expressive 

300

the response of a problem behavior to get an item 

withhold the item 

300

name three domains of skills that we target with NET 

academic, social, emotional regulation, toy play, fine/gross motor, independent work, group skills 

300

three techniques for managing stress and emotions at work 

deep breaths, drinking water, taking a break, asking for help 

300
The type of instruction that systematically combines language elements together (e.g. nouns and verbs) 

Language Matrix 

400

three characteristics of a good SD 

clear, concise, a bit louder than speaking level, consistent

400

the response of a behavior with an automatic function 

redirect or ignore 

400

where you should stand when prompting an adaptive skill 

behind the student 

400

these types of soft skills involve how you talk and communicate with others 

external 

400

practicing skills in a variety of ways so it can be flexible and performed in multiple scenarios

generalization 

500

name one type of error a student can make during DTI 

scrolling, guessing, self-correction 

500

name for behaviors that look different but are occurring for the same outcome (e.g. function) 

response class 

500

the first and second step of NET (hint: they go together) 

providing reinforcement and creating an engaging setting 

500

this skill involves responding and talking to the person who started the communication 

active listening 

500

this procedure teaches a skill by systematically reinforcing approximations of a target behavior 

Shaping 

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