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50th Annual Convention; Philadelphia, PA; 2024

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Workshop #W47
CE Offered: QABA
Solutions for the New Era: Enhancing Team Coaching Through Artificial Intelligence Tools
Friday, May 24, 2024
12:00 PM–3:00 PM
Marriott Downtown, Meeting Room 406
Area: OBM/DEV; Domain: Service Delivery
CE Instructor: Qing Su, M.A.
KARRIE GRAMA-HATFIELD (Tucci Learning Solutions), QING SU (Tucci Learning Solutions, Inc.), ANA LORENA MADRIGAL (Tucci Learning Solutions, Inc.)
Description: This workshop actively teaches team leaders methods for incorporating Artificial Intelligence tools into their work to coach and communicate with team members and stakeholders more effectively and efficiently. We will review the historical progression of Artificial Intelligence, its current applications in instructional coaching, and what the future may hold for this transformative technology that is reshaping workplaces across the educational and social services sectors. Participants will become familiar with three specific Artificial Intelligence tools, and will engage in guided step-by-step practice to successfully apply these tools to achieve desired outcomes with critical aspects of program delivery. Participants will learn how to match Artificial Intelligence tools to desired coaching and training outcomes, with a focus on strategies to incorporate these tools into any instructional model (including their own program’s model). Participants will also learn strategies for adhering to ethical best practices when using Artificial Intelligence tools, and will learn to measure the effectiveness of their chosen Artificial Intelligence tools to problem-solve. Small group hands-on instruction will empower participants to learn customized approaches from start to finish for embedding Artificial Intelligence tools into their coaching methods, using a model-lead-test format, with opportunities to practice and receive guided feedback.
Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of the presentation, participants will be able to: (1) Demonstrate an understanding of the relevant history of Artificial Intelligence as it pertains to educational/clinical programs; (2) Determine and create coaching goals for their teams to work toward collaboratively; (3) Actively apply practical knowledge of at least three Artificial Intelligence tools by selecting and incorporating their chosen tools into their programming to enhance strategic coaching; (4) Apply knowledge about ethical best practices related to the use of Artificial Intelligence in clinical programming; (5) Customize and utilize pre- and post- self-evaluation data collection tools to evaluate whether the implementation of Artificial Intelligence strategies is effective for their goals/outcomes.
Activities: Workshop objectives will be met through the following activities: presentation and discussion, guided model-lead-test practice using Artificial Intelligence technology tools, small-group and individual practice sessions where constructive feedback is provided, and question/answer sessions. A comprehensive digital learning manual will be provided to each participant as a guiding tool for further post-workshop skill development and reference.
Audience: This workshop is designed for intermediate practitioners and clinicians in the field of behavior analysis, including but not limited to Board Certified Behavior Analysts and other professionals working collaboratively with teams as instructors, coaches, educators, team leaders, program designers/creators, data analysts, healthcare professionals, and technology enthusiasts. Prior knowledge of basic applied behavior analysis skills such as principles of reinforcement and behavior skill training/shaping will be helpful for successful participation in this session.
Content Area: Practice
Instruction Level: Intermediate
Keyword(s): Artificial Intelligence, Coaching, Technology

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