Fluency-Model CE Courses

Fluency-model CE courses are comprised of a series of learning excercises organized in module sets.

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8-Hour Supervisory Training for Behavior Analysts - 9.5 CEUs - 12 month license
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Become a supervisor! This course was developed in partnership with Drs. Jon Bailey and Mary Burch, is approved for 9.5 Learning Supervision BACB CEUs, and meets the BACB’s requirement for an 8-hour, competency-based training. This course is based on the 2.0 BACB Supervisor Training Curriculum. The activity involves watching videos, completing fluency-based learning exercises, and completing quizzes along the way. This course is sold for individual use. Each learner must have their own subscription.

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Behavior Change for Climate Action 101 for Behavior Analysts - 5 CEUs - 3 Month Subscription
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by Dr. Caroly Shumway, Director, Center for Behavior and Climate (CBC)

Available for 5 BACB Learning CEUs.

This first-of-a-kind program for behavior analysts helps you learn and apply behavior change concepts to encourage individual and collective pro-climate action. Subscriptions begin on date of registration.
Conceptual Instruction Learning Module Series - 10 BACB Learning CEUs | Modality: online asynchronous - 12 Month Subscription
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by Dr. Kim M. Kelly and Dr. Stephen Eversole | Available for 10 BACB Learning CEUs
The Conceptual Instruction v2 course will teach you how to develop learning module content using BDS's Conceptual Instruction Teaching Model (CIM).

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Contingency-Shaped & Rule-Governed Behavior: Implications for Correct and Incorrect Instructions | 4.0 Learning BACB CEUs - 3 month license
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Authored in 2018 by Distinguished Scholars of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies: Jessica Mias, M.A., Catherine Stephens, and Tyler Erath, M.A.; edited by Stephen Eversole, Ed.D., BCBA-D | Available for 3 BACB Learning CEUs
The activity for this course involves reading the free article Contingency-shaped and rule-governed behavior: instructional control of human loss avoidance by Mark Galizio, 1979 and then completing related online fluency-based modules. The proceeds from sales of this course are shared with the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies.
Effective Interventions for the Treatment of Elopement - 1 CEU - 3 month subscription
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by Theresa Adams, BCBA, LBS | Available for 1 BACB Learning CEU
This course will prepare you to reduce or eliminate elopement through development of function-based interventions. Questions are based on the article, “Elopement of Children with Autism: What We Know, Successful Interventions, and Practical Tips for Parents and Caregivers,” authored by Heather Walker and David McAdam. This article is published by NYSABA and it is available within the online modules or from NYSABA.org.
A Learning Module Series on the Article Leisure Items as Controls in the Attention Condition of Functional Analyses McCord and Neef (2005) - 3.0 CEUs - 3 Month License BACB
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by Brandon McCord, BCBA | Available for 3 BACB Learning CEUs
This course is comprised of a learning module series based on the Article Leisure Items as Controls in the Attention Condition of Functional Analyses by McCord and Neef (2005).
Learning Modules for the Article Toward a Behavioral Analysis of Joint Attention - 2.5 CEUs - 3 month subscription
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by Dr. William V. Dube | Available for 2.5 BACB Learning CEUs
At the completion of this CE course, the learner will be able to describe the gaze shift in joint attention from a behavior-analytic perspective.
Learning Modules for William L. Heward's "Ten Faulty Notions about Teaching and Learning that Hinder the Effectiveness of Special Education" - 5 CEUs - 3 Month License BACB
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by Dr. Stephen Eversole and Dr. William Heward | Available for 5 BACB Learning CEUs
The activity for this course involves reading the article Ten Faulty Notions About Teaching and Learning that Hinder the Effectiveness of Special Education by William L. Heward and then completing related fluency-based modules.
OBM Foundations | 1.5 Learning BACB CEUs - 3 Month Subscription
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Authored in 2019 by Nicole Postma, BCBA. Edited by Stephen Eversole, Ed.D., BCBA-D | Available for 1.5 BACB Learning CEUs
The activity for this course involves completing a series of fluency-based modules. Suited for BCBAs and BCaBAs who are interested in Organizational Behavior Management (OBM), OBM Foundations provides the learner with an introduction to key OBM concepts and principles such as performance management, pinpointing, performance diagnostics, reinforcement, goal setting, and more!
Products of Fluency - 3.5 CEUs - 3 Month License
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by Dr. Stephen Eversole | Available for 3.5 BACB Learning CEUs
In this series of seven modules, you’ll learn to identify and define the various products of fluency and you’ll learn about the empirical support for each. You’ll also learn strategies for achieving aims (performance criteria) and strategies for evaluating products of fluency in your practice as a behavior analyst.
Understanding Concepts: A Tutorial on Layng | 3.5 CEUs - 3 Month Subscription
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by Stephen Eversole, Ed.D., BCBA-D and Nolan Williams | Available for 3.5 Learning BACB CEUs

“He calls all animals a dog, all utensils a fork, or anything with a screen an iPad...” If this is a learning problem you’ve had to resolve, this may be the course for you. In Tutorial: Understanding Concepts: Implications for Behavior Analysts and Educators, Layng (2018) provides a conceptual foundation and pedagogical strategy for understanding and teaching concepts. This course begins with a reading of this article and concludes by completing modules that help to ensure that the learner masters the material.