This course provides a structured approach to systematically setting up practices for preventing challenging behavior. A practical set of ideas and tools will be provided to develop the resources and capacities of individuals to respond to the needs of students and develop the five core competencies of social and emotional learning to prevent challenging behavior.

The K-12 Service Team course provides a platform for Char-Em ISD itinerant staff members to share information related to evaluation, consultation and service delivery. In addition, the course is used for regular communication between and amongst staff members from various disciplines.

This is a combination of a face-to-face and online instruction that provides participants with a deep knowledge of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), a research-based practice that produces practical and socially significant changes in student behavior. Participants will learn to implement customized interventions to support student skill development in the learning environment. This training series will support participants seeking to meet national credential requirements as a Registered Behavior Technician. 

Participants will increase:

  • knowledge of ABA to address interfering behaviors and skills deficits that have not responded to universal school-based interventions
  • ability to accurately observe, record, graph and report behavior responses
  • ability to implement behavior change teaching procedures.

This training is based on the Registered Behavior Technician Task List and is designed to meet the 40-hour training, which is one requirement for the RBT credential. This program is offered independent of the BACB.

Resources for teachers, families and agencies are available.  Current events and hot topics are posted with upcoming opportunities for workshops or conferences posted. You may enter this moodle as a guest using the acronym asd as the password.

You may access this moodle as a guest using the word transition as the password.

This moodle offers knowledge about preparing students for life after high school. At this site you will learn the Michigan rules and federal regulations governing student transition services. Supportive materials for the development of transition IEPs are available. Resources for connecting with community agencies that serve people with disabilities after high school are provided.