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EDIT Design

Transcript: Behavior Analysis: Concepts and Applications Cary Trump TRAINING Overview Goals and Objectives Participants wil learn how to prepare, implement, and describe appropriate skills needed to perform behavior analytic tasks Goals and Objectives Identifying and implementing components of: appropriate measurement systems appropriate assessments successful skill acquisition programs behavior reduction plan Generate objective session notes Describe and identify the Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) professional scope of practice Benefit Benefits 1 2 Reduce the amount of time reviewing content, thus allowing for more practice scenarios in class. Participants will have an online companion they can reference when preparing for the RBT exam. Environment Environment The course will be conducted online and face-to-face Learners will be able to access online content wherever internet access is available. Accessibility Accessibility Closed captioning and text-to-speech options will be available. These features can be initiated or stopped by clicking a button under the corresponding text or video. RBT trainers Board Certified Behavior Analysts Professors Doctoral students Our Team Our Team Participants Participants Who? Who? Teachers and Para-educators interested in becoming Registered Behavior Technicians How Many? How Many? This course is designed for 10 to 30 participants Pre-requisites Pre-requisites 18-years-old Hold a high school degree or equivalent Does not require experience or prior knowledge After training and assessment: Participants are eligible to sit for the RBT exam provided by the Behavior Analytic Certification Board (BACB). Upon passing the examination: Participants are eligible to practice as an RBT under the direct supervision of a BCBA. Pre-training survey to structure in class activities to individual settings. Motivation Motivation Design Modules Practice and Assessment Face-to-face/Synchronous Online/Asynchronous Module Outline Practice and Assessment Introduction and Pre-Assessment Introduction and Pre-Assessment Participants sent a link to the online companion website a week prior to training Introductory video History Importance Examples Agenda Pre-assessment Guiding group distribution Participant survey Module One Measurement and Assessment 1 • Prepare for data collection. • Implement continuous measurement procedures (e.g., frequency, duration). • Implement discontinuous measurement procedures (e.g., partial & whole interval, momentary time sampling). • Implement permanent product recording procedures. • Enter data and update graphs. • Describe the behavior and environment in observable and measurable terms. • Conduct preference assessments. • Assist with individualized assessment procedures (e.g., curriculum-based, developmental, social skills). • Assist with functional assessment procedures. Module Two Skill Acquisition 2 • Identify the essential components of a written skill acquisition plan. • Prepare for the session as required by the skill acquisition plan. • Use contingencies of reinforcement (e.g., conditioned/unconditioned reinforcement, continuous/intermittent schedules). • Implement discrete-trial teaching procedures. • Implement naturalistic teaching procedures (e.g., incidental teaching). • Implement task analyzed chaining procedures. • Implement discrimination training. • Implement stimulus control transfer procedures. • Implement stimulus fading procedures. • Implement prompt and prompt fading procedures. • Implement generalization and maintenance procedures. • Assist with the training of stakeholders (e.g., family, caregivers, other professionals). Module Three Behavior Reduction 3 Identify the essential components of a written behavior reduction plan. Describe common functions of behavior. Implement interventions based on modification of antecedents such as motivating/ establishing operations and discriminative stimuli. Implement differential reinforcement procedures (e.g., DRA, DRO). Implement extinction procedures. Implement crisis/emergency procedures according to protocol. Module Four Documentation and Reporting, Professional Conduct, Scope of Practice 4 • Report other variables that might affect the client (e.g., illness, relocation, medication). • Generate objective session notes by describing what occurred during sessions. • Effectively communicate with supervisor. • Comply with applicable legal, regulatory and workplace reporting requirements (e.g., mandatory abuse and neglect reporting). • Comply with applicable legal, regulatory and workplace requirements for data collection, storage and transportation. • Describe the role of the RBT in the service delivery system. • Respond appropriately to feedback and maintain or improve performance accordingly. • Communicate with stakeholders (e.g., family, caregivers, other professionals) as authorized. • Maintain professional boundaries (e.g., avoid dual relationships, conflicts of interest, social media contacts). • Maintain

Effective Powerpoint Design

Transcript: Which Linearity to Choose? What is Linear vs Non-Linear? This title is far too dark for this background Linear or Nonlinear References There is nothing inherently wrong with either one, they just serve two very different purposes. Nonlinear allow for an easy presentation of multiple subjects or sub-categories, not always related, such as general design tips and linear vs nonlinear comparison. It allows an easier intractability to refer back to past information. Easy to integrate audience participation. Linear is effective at portraying a clear single subject or goal Timing is generally very predictable and easy to plan. Easy to summarize points or imparting facts. Conclusions Effective Presentation Design Nonlinear Presentations This text should probably be split up into different sub points via bullets but instead I’ve made an unsightly wall of text that is visually overwhelming and distracting to those that are viewing the presentation. The lack of spaces and overuse of text rather than outlining and allowing for the oral presentation to fill in the details also muddles the overall effect of the presentation. Overuse of wacky transitions and overly long animations is incredibly distracting when presenting information. Colors such as light blue or light yellow should probably be avoided for those with color blindness. Besides too many pictures, many are covering text or serve no real purpose. Each design of presentation isn’t good or bad, just used for a different purpose. Linearity is focused on fact presentation. Nonlinearity is focused on interactivity and flow. Slide design should conform to design standards. Color should stand out against the backdrop but not be blinding. Maintain a color scheme throughout for cohesion. Over use of transitions and animations is a major distraction. Having text structured makes it more clear. This being underneath and smaller text provides hierarchy and shows this is a related point. This also allows the view a clear means of identifying what you’re talking about. Clarity in text contrast and pictures to assist but not clutter is key to good design. This white, for example, shows well against the red backdrop. Ensuring images don’t cover text is also important. Good Keeping it structured and outlined. Use bullets to show what points are subordinate to overarching statements Especially for voiced presentations, don’t include every word you wish to say in the text, just outline the points. Light transitions and low stylization. Transitions can keep a presentation interesting as long as it’s not overly utilized. Use of pictures or video (non-autoplay) to support your point. Linearity allows for a step-by-step structured series of slides most effective in conveying facts or information that has little need for audience participation. Despite the transitions making it seemingly non-linear, this presentation is linear, as it follows a fixed path. Good and Bad Design Choices Thank you! We will discuss the best ways to make the best presentation possible. Picking between a linear or nonlinear style. Effective means of conveying a message. Pitfalls many presentations succumb to. Nonlinearity tools like prezi greatly help in managing clutter. The ability to zoom into smaller text allows it to not take up space on previous slides. Transitioning to focus on a video or picture is also very easy with varying slide sizes. Good Example Linear and Non-Linear Ways to Make the Best Presentation Linear Follows a set path going forward from slide to slide. Can’t go back to a previous slide. Generally forces conclusions for a section to be at the end. Uncomplicated, but that’s okay. Non-Linear Can reference back to past slides more easily. Can jump only to certain slides of information. Link between slides more similar to a website. Effective for unguided presentations. Now that you have an idea of which type of presentation to choose, slide design is also important. Many powerpoints stumble because of ineffective or overly cluttered design. Many mistakes come at the most fundamental level, making the wrong type of presentation. Being able to identify if it’s a simple, single message or user interactivity is key in initial design choice. Over-focus on nonlinearity in a powerpoint that really only needs to be a linear summary can seem overly complex. Linearity can be perceived as boring. This text has high contrast to the background By David Rosenberg How to Make an Effective Presentation Presentation Best Practices Knickerbocker, Vicky, and Brent Olsonawski. "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Powerpoint Basics." Inverhills. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 June 2014. <>. "Microsoft PowerPoint 2003." PowerPoint 2003: Linking and Branching, UWEC. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 June 2014. <>. "Non-linear PowerPoint Presentation." Non-linear PowerPoint Presentation. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 June

Digital Design & Edit

Transcript: Digital Design & Edit Main Archetype: Creator. Ad 1) QR codes got dictators talking in a recent print ads from the free-press advocacy group Reporters Without Borders. You scan the QR code with your iPhone, then place the phone over the leader's mouth. The mouth starts talking—but it's the voice of a journalist discussing media censorship in that country. Since I couldn't actually get the ad because it is in a magazine using digital technology, I found this video of it. The archetype I see most in this ad is Magician because of three indicators. I also saw that it represented Orphan for obvious reasons. "Changing the way we name our experience is a powerful way of transforming our lives." Pearson- What if you are a victim of these dictators, how do disasters like these define you as a person? This ad has the ability to really speak the intentions of the leader through digital design. It also demonstrates magician because it is an example how algorithms shape our world and society and how circumstances like this effect people. Finally, this video demonstrates magician because technology like this gives people new insights and allows important information to be easily transferred through different economies allowing people to have positive inspiration from outside perspectives . Ad 2) This ad is a perfect example of design and edit. The design plan of this ad has relevance and creativity and really narrows down to the sleek point of the message not to mention, the ad itself has a very sleep appearance. Three indicators show me that the archetype used most was 'Creator' This ad used the archetype 'creator'. Who would really think to use a renown symbol of the business as the demonstration of the message. Editing the fries to make a 'Wi-Fi' symbol is extremely creative. "Creating a life . . . is not about creating a product, but about enjoyment of a process" Pearson. This relates to the ad because its' saying not only do you want our fries, but our free Wi-Fi as well! This ad doesn't speak anything but creativity. Every aspect of it is creative! It nurtures its creative side by being so different, yet simple and to the point. It saying the joy from eating at McDonalds also comes from the amenities they include with it; free WI-FI. Ad 3) This was an Advertisement for a camera emphasizing how clear the picture is. It also demonstrates Creator because of three indicators. How creative is this to actually make something that looks like a bad pixelated photo? Some created this to show what difference pixel counts make. Digital Design and Edit entails endless creativity, but besides the fake dog ad, the ad next to it pulls it all together to give an easy, understandable message. Finally, the main point of this ad is that it is so unique; being unique draws attention, which is an advertisers goal, and this ad does it with 100% creativity. Ad 4) This is kind of disturbing but that's because it gives off a strong message. This ad uses Orphan to display its message, but the design of the ad itself uses creator. Orphan means a civil response to violence. This ad demonstrates world hunger as a problem for everyone, even those who are least deserving of it, children. The ad didn't chose to use adults needing food, they chose babies. People naturally feel the need to take care of babies, so to see them desperate enough to take milk from an animal really triggers an alert in a readers mind. Digital design and edit is all about pathos and ethos, using strategies to have the ad relate to people. Even though every ad is created, different archetypes are used in each one to demonstrate the message. This one happened to be orphan, which to me symbols vulnerability. This ad is an example of creativity because if you think of other world hunger ads, you imagine a picture of a group of African Americans looking at the camera near a land that looks like poverty. This ad actually captures reality, the children are white to show it is all types of people that suffer, not just people of one color. AD 5) This ad creates a demonstration how history will repeat itself unless something is done, and with history comes violence, crime, war, and other problems of society and the economy as a whole. This ad demonstrates destroyer for three reasons. "It seems an affront to human feeling to suggest that these victims of man's barbarity were experiencing their appropriate karma from previous lives" (Pearson, p. 139) I thought of one thing when I read this, history. Look carefully at the ad, the world is on rotating wheels, what goes down comes back up and what goes up falls back down, The Destroyer takes what someone has going for them away and makes it so they have to change paths. This is all about making a change or nothing will change. It is also about having something positive, and then having it taken away by something in society. The digital design and edit really made created this image to capture war and violence and used simple gestures

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