KUL JABA 112
Keeping Up with the Literature: Autism in JABA 112
As BCBAs, we all need to keep up with the literature, and this course is an easy way to help you do just that. Access to the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis volume 50:4, Fall 2017, is required for this course. Students will read the research article by Adel C. Najdowski, Ryan Bergstrom, Jonathan Tarbox, and Megan St. Clair, "Teaching Children with Autism to Respond to Disguised Mands," pages 733-743. After reading the article students will take Quiz 112. Upon earning 100% on the quiz, students will receive 1 Continuing Education Unit (CEU). The instructor has been designated an Approved Continuing Education (ACE) provider by the Behavior Analysts Certification Board (BACB). If you do not earn 100% on the quiz, contact the instructor at [email protected] to retake the quiz. You may retake it as often as necessary to earn your CEU.
Frequently Asked Questions
Thank you for enrolling in and completing my course, KEEPING UP WITH THE LITERATURE 111 (help).
If you earned 100% on the quiz, you will be contacted to receive your BACB CEU certificate. If you require expedited service due to an upcoming renewal requirement, contact [email protected] to make this request; there is no additional fee for "Rush" delivery.
If you did not earn 100% on the quiz, contact [email protected],com to arrange to retake the quiz at no additional charge. You may retake the quiz as often as necessary; however, if you find you are having a great deal of difficulty with the quiz, make sure you have the correct JABA article in front of you.
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