Learned so much about behavior
by Debra vaquera
This is a great course I have reccomendwd it to parents of Autistic children as well.
by Jannah Taylor
Amazing and great learning tool!
by Zeina Alnouri
This course was great and taught me so much more about ASD and how to work with it.
It is a great course, however, at times, I found that many things were repetitive and even some of the videos we watched earlier were repeated.
by Mira Sarieddine
This course has alot of Inportant information. Videos explaining special kids cases were so educational and real.
Some pages in the book were missing but the videos explained every content.
by Veronica Mills-Burrell
Very interesting and informative course. I have been recommending it to many other people. I just need to shadow a BCaBA supervisor before taking my state test. I am very eager to get in the field.
by Kimberly Winstead
The RBT course provide flexable system for learning the material, detail visual lessons and deminstrated proper organization for learn each skill inquiry for RBT requirements.
by Aishah Mosteller
I thought this training to be very informative with detailed information very easy to obtain and retain. I do understand the importance of the power point lectures with Anne however, for a person who is very visual and audio this was hard to attend to. A suggestion would be to up beat the videos by adding animation or something to keep the viewers attention. I especially loved the videos where it showed interactions with ABA therapist and their clients. These helped me to actually see what I would actually be doing in more real life situations. My very favorite video was that of the girls boarding school for Autism and taking an in depth look of how each ones life was impacted due to the support they received at that school. I appreciate the unit tests and being allowed to retake if needed.
Autism Behavioral Training
by Beverly Edwards
The online training was very comprehensive and easy to understand. I thoroughly enjoyed the case studies and the videos showing the different styles of behavioral techniques in assisting children with autism. Some of the PhD individual presentations were a bit complicated. I think it would be more comprehensible if those videos were done face-to-face. It may be more helpful to a student, that is currently in school for ABA training and someone who doesn't have any prior experience with autism or developmental delayed individuals. Overall, the training was well-organized.