Instructor: Holly Kibbe
Holly Kibbe holds a Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis from Florida Institute of Technology. She co-founded Establishing Operations, Inc., in 2003. As managing partner, Holly has created and co-presents a series of workshops designed to train professionals to teach verbal behavior. She has been working with children with autism and other developmental and behavioral disorders for ten years.
Holly has experience working as a behavior analyst for both children with autism and typically developing children with severe behavioral disorders and as a preschool teacher for children with autism. She began studying and working privately, applying the principals of behavior analysis to teach Skinner's analysis of verbal behavior, in 1998. She currently provides in-home and center-based consultation services for children with language delays, as well as a series of training workshops for professionals and parents all over the United States, Canada, Bermuda, Ireland, England and Wales.
Classes by this instructor
ESTABLISHING INSTRUCTIONAL CONTROL IN THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT - BEHP1051 Details the establishment of instructional control in the natural environment. Defines and distinguishes natural environment teaching from intensive teaching. Provides specific procedures for contriving motivation, controlling reinforcers and teaching learners to sustain motivation over time. Explains practical guidelines to assist in increasing appropriate mands. Reviews data collection and graphing specific to this area along with how to analyze for effective teaching.May 1, 2020 to April 30, 2021, CourseWebs