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Excellent Book on the Technology of Teaching June 16 2009
By M. Shuler - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book is very well written and covers behavior analysis very thoroughly. I am not a teacher, but I wish all teachers, especially my grandson's teachers, will read and apply the methods outlined in this wonderful book. Teaching is much more than presenting information and Julie Vargas explains how to teach effectively without using aversive techniques. It is filled with many examples of classroom problems and how to deal with them. She explains how to motivate students with positive feedback - such as graphs that show their progress, not their absolute score. (When we can actually see our progress it is very motivating!)She explains many methods to provide immediate positive feedback to students, immediate feedback that is vital to effective teaching. This should be required reading for all teachers and parents interested in teaching their children! I highly recommend this book!
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Must reading for teachers and parents Oct. 7 2009
By Patricia Romanowski Bashe - Published on Amazon.com
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I am an author ("The OASIS Guide to Asperger Syndrome"), the mother of a son with Asperger syndrome and other learning disabilities, a special education teacher, and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. The law of the land is clear: Children who receive special education and related services are entitled to scientifically based, data-driven, evidence-based educational approaches. Right now, the only intervention that fits that bill is applied behavior analysis. Contrary to popular misconception, applied behavior analysis is not about "modifying behavior"--it's about the science of teaching and the science of learning. And when we say "learning" in ABA, we mean learning literally anything and everything that can be taught: from academic subjects to daily living skills, from reading to social skills, from how to ride a bike to how to write about riding a bike. Dr. Vargas comes to this book with unique qualifications. Not only is she respected within the field of applied behavior analysis, she has also served her time as an elementary school classroom teacher. Her explanations of the science of teaching are clear, and her arguments for a more scientifically based approach are unassailable. Rich with illustrations and practical advice on how to apply these strategies effectively, "Behavior Analysis for Effective Teaching" is a fantastic book and should be required reading for teachers and administrators, as well as the state and federal education agencies that define what constitutes "evidence-based."
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Good book. Oct. 28 2012
By KelseyB - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this book as. A textbook for a grad class I'm taking. I thought it was good writing that was easily understandable and the book came in great condition. Good buy. I don't plan on reselling.
The "S. " in her name stands for Skinner ... July 11 2014
By Science Teacher - Published on Amazon.com
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The "S." in her name stands for Skinner. She is Skinner's daughter. Just need to point that out.
Good beginners book for those teaching students with Autism Dec 20 2011
By gottagetagooddeal - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is packed full of information that would be very helpful to a teacher who has students with ASD. I loved the rental option through my Kindle for PC. It does not read like an old boring text book- very comprehensive and easy to understand.


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