Cusp behaviours and the importance of pre-requisite teaching
31st March 2022
Andy Swartfigure BCBA (Director of Services) interviews Jalpa Shah BCBA (ABA Supervisor).
In this podcast we explore the impact of teaching the basic learning skill of imitation; and the role of prompting in order to achieve fundamental learning repertoires.
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