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Volume 5, Winter 2012

Click on the following link to read the appendix for the Parsons, Rollyson, and Reid paper, "Evidence-Based Staff Training: A Guide for Practitioners": Appendix: Correct and Incorrect Use of Most-to-Least Prompting

Click on the following link to read the manual discussed in the Severtson and Carr paper, "Training Novice Instructors to Implement Errorless Discrete-Trial Teaching: A Sequential Analysis": Self-Instruction Manual: Introduction to Teaching Discrimination Skills to Children Diagnosed With Autism Using Discrete-Trial Teaching and Errorless Learning

Click on the following link to access supplemental materials relevant to the Chok, Shlesinger, Studer, and Bird paper, "Description of a Practitioner Training Program on Functional Analysis and Treatment Development": Chok et al. Supplemental Materials

Click on the following link to access the tracking sheet and task analysis mentioned in the Cocchiola, Martino, Dwyer, and Demezzo paper, "Toilet Training Children With Autism and Developmental Delays: An Effective Program for School Settings": Toilet Tracking Sheet and Bathroom Teaching Strategy

 

Volume 5, Summer 2012

The following links contain the tutorials mentioned in the Vanselow and Bourret paper, "Online Interactive Tutorials for Creating Graphs With Excel 2007 or 2010."

Note about interactive tutorials: The .pdf versions of the video tutorials mentioned in the article have been replaced with another video format (.mp4) because the .pdf versions did not work for some users; however, the content is the same. To view the interactive tutorials, click on a link below and then select the "Save File" option in the pop-up window. Go to the download, right click, and select "Extract All." You will now be able to run the file. Interactive tutorials may not run on Mac computers.

Introduction to Office 2007

Video Tutorial

Introduction to Office 2007

Interactive Tutorial

Introduction to Office 2007

Clinical Graphing

Video Tutorials

Clinical Graphing Part 1
Clinical Graphing Part 2
Clinical Graphing Part 3

Interactive Tutorials

Clinical Graphing Part 1
Clinical Graphing Part 2
Clinical Graphing Part 3

Research Graphing

Video Tutorials

Research Graphing Part 1
Research Graphing Part 2
Research Graphing Part 3
Research Graphing Part 4

Interactive Tutorials

Research Graphing Part 1
Research Graphing Part 2
Research Graphing Part 3
Research Graphing Part 4

Click on the following link to see an example of the open-ended functional assessment interview discussed in the Hanley paper, "Functional Assessment of Problem Behavior: Dispelling Myths, Overcoming Implementation Obstacles, and Developing New Lore": Example Interview

 

Volume 4, Fall 2011

 

Click on the following  link to see an example of the spreadsheets discussed in the Reed and Azulay paper, "A Microsoft Excel® 2010 Based Tool for Calculating Interobserver Agreement": Example Spreadsheet

Click on the following link to use the IOA calculator discussed in the Reed and Azulay paper, "A Microsoft Excel® 2010 Based Tool for Calculating Interobserver Agreement": IOA Calculator

 

Volume 1, Spring 2008

 

Click on the following link for a complete list of references for the Tiger, Hanley, and Bruzek paper, "Functional Communication Training: A Review and Practical Guide": Complete References

 

Click on the following link for outlines of the task analyses referenced in the Lattimore, Parsons, and Reid paper, "Simulation Training of Community Job Skills for Adults With Autism: A Further Analysis": Task Analyses

 

Click on the following link for a sample task analysis datasheet as described in the Libby, Weiss, Bancroft, and Ahearn paper, "A Comparison of Most-to-Least and Least-to-Most Prompting on the Acquisition of Solitary Play Skills": Sample

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