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Speaker Series: Dr. P. Raymond Joslyn PH.D., BCBA-D, LBA

If you are not a member of NEABA and want to attend and gain 1 CEU, please purchase a ticket below. If you are a NEABA member, your ticket is included in your membership. Your Zoom video must be "on" during the duration of the talk to collect your CEU.

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Speaker Series: Dr. P. Raymond Joslyn PH.D., BCBA-D, LBA
Speaker Series: Dr. P. Raymond Joslyn PH.D., BCBA-D, LBA

Time & Location

Oct 26, 2020, 7:00 PM

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About the event

The Good Behavior Game: Versatile and Effective Classroom   Management The Good Behavior Game (GBG) is a   well-established classroom management procedure that has been studied in our   field for over 50 years. Extensive empirical research supports its use in   reducing problem behavior (e.g., disruption) and increasing appropriate behavior   (e.g., staying on task, positive peer interactions). The GBG is effective   across school settings (e.g., general, special, alternative education) and   student age groups (e.g., preschool through high school and college),   flexible and customizable, and easy to implement. Despite the strong evidence   in its favor, it is underutilized. The goal of this presentation is to   disseminate the GBG. We will discuss the current research, essential   components of the GBG, how it is implemented, teacher training approaches,   effective procedural variations to improve contextual fit in various   settings, and implications for research and practice.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

1. Describe recent advances in research on the Good Behavior   Game (GBG), including populations, settings, and behaviors.

2. Describe implementation of the GBG, including its key   components.

3. Name and describe three procedural variations that may   improve contextual fit or effectiveness for the GBG.

Dr. Joslyn is an assistant professor in the Department of Special   Education and Rehabilitation and the coordinator of the behavior analysis   master’s degree program. He completed his Ph.D. in psychology with a   specialization in behavior analysis at the University of Florida under the   mentorship of Dr. Timothy Vollmer. He has conducted research and practiced in   a variety of settings, including schools (mainstream, alternative, and   special education), juvenile detention centers, secure residential treatment   facilities, and early intervention clinics. Consistent themes in Dr. Joslyn’s   research include refining behavioral interventions for more effective   dissemination, group contingencies and classroom management, school-based   interventions for students with emotional and behavioral disorders and   histories of delinquency, and the prediction and prevention of severe problem   behavior.

Tickets

  • 1 CEU for non-members

    1 CEU to maintain a BCaBA, BCBA, or BCBA-D credential who is not already a NEABA member *If you are a NEABA member, CEUs are covered in your membership.

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