This training provides a basic understanding of prompts and how to use them to teach new skills. It introduces the learner to different types of prompts, both response prompts and stimulus prompts, and describes where each prompt lies on a hierarchy of intrusiveness. The learner is exposed to multiple prompting and prompt fading methods. Specifically, this training highlights the use of progressive hierarchies (i.e., least-to-most and most-to-least), graduated guidance, and time delay procedures. Additionally, one variation of a least-to-most prompting and fading procedure is outlined.
1 hr. 30 mins.
- Learn about stimulus control and its importance when teaching skills
- Learn about prompts and the different types of response prompts and stimulus prompts
- Learn how to use prompts accurately and effectively
- Understand the importance of fading prompts so that behavior occurs under the right environmental situations
- Learn about different prompt hierarchies
- Learn how to use the least-to-most prompt hierarchy
- Linda A. LeBlanc, Ph.D., BCBA-D
- Kaneen Geiger, Ph.D., BCBA-D
- Ramsey Porta, M.S., BCBA