Instructor: Mai-Linh Pham

Mai-Linh Pham
Biography:

M.S., BCBA

Mai-Linh Pham earned her Master of Science in Organizational Behavior Management from Florida Tech in May 2010 and became a BCBA later the same year. While attending classes in Melbourne, she worked as a curriculum assistant for the school, where she developed assessment tools, performed content analyses and created learning activities and testing materials. Before that, she worked as a behavior technician for Autism Early Interventions Clinics in Tampa, and, during her time at the University of Florida as an undergraduate, she worked as a research assistant at the behavior analysis lab at Sidney Lanier. She considers OBM to be her area of expertise and is especially interested in mainstream applications of ABA, in education, business and politics. She presently (as of 2015) works at the Behavior Analyst Certification Board as a senior program specialist.


Classes by this instructor


Basics of Learning Efficiencies

BASICS OF LEARNING EFFICIENCIES - BEHP1069 Covers what learning efficiencies entail, how to interpret learning efficiency data and how to calculate learning efficiency data. Includes the opportunity to practice plotting a learning efficiency of the material covered in the presentation. Discusses setting performance goals and learning efficiency goals as well as a variety of examples and uses of learning efficiencies.

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May 1, 2020 to April 30, 2021, CourseWebs