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A good example of incidental learning is when a child finds a bug outside (or sometimes inside!) At that point, you can ask the child how many legs it has, or something similar. Ask them to identify antennea, legs, eyes, color and size.What is ABA teaching?
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a science that studies the relationship between a person’s behavior (communication, how s/he acts) and the person’s environment (items, people, what is said or done). ABA uses specific principles to change behavior such as teaching adaptive behaviors and reducing inappropriate behaviors.What is an ABA teacher?
ABA or Applied Behavior Analysis is a time tested and data-based strategy for teaching children with disabilities. It is most often used with children with autistic spectrum disorders but is an effective tool for children with behavioral disorders, multiple disabilities, and severe intellectual handicaps.