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Heather Kurto

Parent Training for Young Children With Developmental Disabilities: Randomized Controll... - 0 views

  • Parenting training has a long history of use with typically developing children who had behavior disorders. Parent training is based on social learning theory, principles of operant theory and behavior modification, and tenets of developmental psychopathology. Evidence suggests that building positive parenting skills and targeting parent–child interactions will have collateral effects on children’s behavior problems (The following popper user interface control may not be accessible. Tab to the next button to revert the control to an accessible version.Destroy user interface controlForehand & Mc-Mahon, 1981; The following popper user interface control may not be accessible. Tab to the next button to revert the control to an accessible version.Destroy user interface controlPatterson, 1982).
  • Unlike parent training for families who have children with behavior problems, programs for children with developmental disabilities often target increasing children’s adaptive behavior, self-help skills, language, or academic skills (The following popper user interface control may not be accessible. Tab to the next button to revert the control to an accessible version.Destroy user interface controlBaker & Brightman, 2004; The following popper user interface control may not be accessible. Tab to the next button to revert the control to an accessible version.Destroy user interface controlBreiner, 1989
Heather Kurto

Autism parent training program - 0 views

  • To teach parents and families techniques that will enhance a child’s social engagement, language, play and imitation ski
b malczyk

Balancing Teaching and Research Experiences in Doctoral Training Programs: Lessons for ... - 0 views

  • structure of doctoral training programs in many cases does not provide the flexibility necessary to pursue career experiences not directly related to a research emphasi
  • upplement my traditional doctoral research training with independent teaching experiences that have allowed me to prepare myself for a career that combines both into a combined educational program
  • If a research-based career is not the ultimate plan for doctoral candidates, then they must consider ways to supplement their education with experiences that directly complement their career goals.
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  • must adapt to the changing realities of the Ph.D. job market and the fact that the ivory tower is no longer the likely final destination of their products.
  • novel career options available
  • explosion of varying career possibilities available to new doctoral degree recipients.
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    description of PhD training experiences
Anne Gomes

Incorporating Best Practices and Indigenous Knowledge in Social Work Training - 0 views

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    PowerPoint presentation of a model by an NGO
ian august

Paul Chek - 0 views

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    Expert training who trains other trainers, he started my networking of others in the fitness industry
ian august

Laird Hamilton - 0 views

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    Top big wave surfer
ian august

Twitter list of exercise - 0 views

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    My personal list on twitter dedicated to top people in the exercise/training industry
Sue Rappazzo

Teaching versus training - 0 views

  • Last term I asked my students to provide feedback on the software engineering course I teach. One student reported that, although he liked the course and appreciated that I'd spent most of my career in the "real world," many times he felt that I was doing corporate training rather than teaching.
  • For many years of my business career, it was my responsibility to train clients on the best ways to use the products and services my company sold them. My student's remarks led me to ask myself many questions. Was I really still behaving like a trainer? What assumptions was I making about teaching and my primary responsibility to my students? And fundamentally, what is the difference between teaching and training? In this column I'd like to share my thoughts on these issues and examine how teaching and training are viewed differently in the halls of academia from in corporate boardrooms. Perhaps this will help you think constructively about what your organization values in its employees and what it does to further their professional development.
  • each has many alternate definitions, including: To cause to know something To guide the studies of To impart the knowledge of To instruct by precept, example, or experience Definitions for train are: To form by instruction, discipline, or drill To make prepared for a test of skill
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  • Everything we do in our lives requires a balance between two things or more - a compromise. This column talks about the balance between theory and practice, so it is appropriate to consider that balance with respect to training and teaching. In my January 2004 column, I explained how I am seeking the right blend of theory and practice in my software development courses. My primary job is to prepare students for the rest of their working lives and help them succeed in their careers. So I first have to ensure that they learn fundamental principles and then teach them to use specific tools and techniques as time allows.
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