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A Behavior Analyst’s Guide to Supervising FieldworkTracking Field Experience Progress

A Behavior Analyst’s Guide to Supervising Fieldwork: Tracking Field Experience Progress [The rapid growth of the field of behavior analysis gives us great optimism, but it also places a great deal of responsibility on supervisors to shape the next generation of behavior analysts. We developed this book in hopes of relieving some of the burden associated with planning the scope and sequence of instructional and evaluative activities. This book includes 29 chapters on behavior analytic topics. Each chapter contains at least three meetings: (a) a group supervision meeting, (b) an individual supervision meeting without a client, and (c) an individual supervision meeting with a client. We encourage you to combine these with regular case presentations. Each chapter contains competencies to evaluate your supervisees’ content knowledge, conceptual knowledge, and procedural knowledge. At the end of each chapter is a master criterion that stipulates what skill your supervisee must complete and at what level of proficiency. We designed this book to be compatible with a cohort model of instruction, but encourage you to conduct a thorough baseline assessment of strengths, needs, and career aspirations with each supervisee in order to individualize the experience. We hope these resources assist you and your supervisee develop clear and transparent documentation and communication about their progress through field experience.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

A Behavior Analyst’s Guide to Supervising FieldworkTracking Field Experience Progress

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Publisher
Springer International Publishing
Copyright
© The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2022
ISBN
978-3-031-09931-1
Pages
5 –16
DOI
10.1007/978-3-031-09932-8_2
Publisher site
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Abstract

[The rapid growth of the field of behavior analysis gives us great optimism, but it also places a great deal of responsibility on supervisors to shape the next generation of behavior analysts. We developed this book in hopes of relieving some of the burden associated with planning the scope and sequence of instructional and evaluative activities. This book includes 29 chapters on behavior analytic topics. Each chapter contains at least three meetings: (a) a group supervision meeting, (b) an individual supervision meeting without a client, and (c) an individual supervision meeting with a client. We encourage you to combine these with regular case presentations. Each chapter contains competencies to evaluate your supervisees’ content knowledge, conceptual knowledge, and procedural knowledge. At the end of each chapter is a master criterion that stipulates what skill your supervisee must complete and at what level of proficiency. We designed this book to be compatible with a cohort model of instruction, but encourage you to conduct a thorough baseline assessment of strengths, needs, and career aspirations with each supervisee in order to individualize the experience. We hope these resources assist you and your supervisee develop clear and transparent documentation and communication about their progress through field experience.]

Published: Jan 6, 2023

Keywords: Task list; Content knowledge; Conceptual knowledge; Procedural knowledge; Competencies; Cohort; Baseline evaluation

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