Wednesday, October 28
11:30-11:55 AM
Room 3

Able-Fi: A Literacy Based Behavioral Intervention Application

Best Practices or Demo Teaching ID: 58024
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    Shannon Eshman
    Columbus State University
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    Kalynn Hall Pistorio
    Columbus State University

Abstract: Literacy-Based Behavioral Interventions Literacy based behavioral interventions (LBBI) are a set of interventions that utilize written language and visuals (Bucholz & Brady, 2008) coupled with behavioral supports (Kearney et al, 2018) to teach novel skills. First aid, hand washing, food preparation, job skills, and self-regulation are just a few of the skills that have been taught using LBBIs ( Brady, Hall, et al., 2016; Brady, Honsberger, et al., 2016, Downey et al., 2020; Hall Pistorio et al, 2018; Hall

Presider: Mevlut Kaymaz, University of North Texas


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