This one-day workshop will focus on the use of single subject research designs in answering applied research questions related to educational and clinical practices. Educators and therapists will be encouraged to view themselves as “science-practitioners” in which they assume an active role in applied research efforts in order to assess the ecological validity of research findings.
Participants will also discuss baseline logic, the importance of direct and repeated measurement, visual analysis of graphed data, research designs and the importance of systematic replication in regards to extending the overview of any single research investigation.
Board Certified Behavior Analysts can earn six Type 2 Continuing Education credits by attending the workshop.
David L. Gast, professor of special education, UGA
Kevin Ayres, associate professor of special education, UGA
Georgia Center for Continuing Education and Conference Center
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