Apps and Digital Download Booklets
Our apps are currently in development and will coincide with our teaching booklets. You can purchase the booklets now… for the apps, please check back on this page – OR – email firstname.lastname@example.org to be notified of when they are available.
These are simple strategies that are written out in a way that behaviorists, teachers and parents can understand. This breaks the behavior world down so that everyone can understand behavior basics and use them to help with undesirable behavior. We will add to this as we add to our own collection.
This was created for students who I call “memorizers.” These students are the ones who have the ability to memorize multiple stimuli in a session. Their speech is limited to repeating what they have heard in a memorized rote way. These students are not able to grasp what we are asking when we say “ what did you do today?” This teaching method gives them a concrete way to access information relating to time including past, present and future.
This teaches students with autism how to listen and respond to others in their environment. As a person with autism begins to see conversation as a pattern, the act of engaging in conversation becomes reinforcing. When Questioner is used as instructed, students begin participating in conversation when they hear something familiar.
This was created for students who we call “memorizers.” These students have the ability to memorize multiple stimuli in a session, but their speech is limited to repeating what they have heard, answering questions, or making requests for wants and needs. These students do not initiate conversations or ask questions about other people. When Shape Talk is used as instructed, students begin to initiate conversations.