Early Childhood Training Curriculum: Essentials for Teaching Young Children with ASD and Related Disabilities
The START Early Childhood training follows a curriculum developed by START based on recommendations from the National Research Council report (2001), the National Professional Developmental Center on ASD (2009), and the research literature on ASD as well as direct experience.
The training emphasizes effective practices for teaching and supporting young children in a classroom environment. "Increasing learning opportunities in early childhood classrooms" serves as the foundation for the training and includes: behavior support systems, classroom structure and activities, and effective instructional delivery. Basic training in applied behavior analysis (ABA) will be provided including: key components of ABA, instructional presentation, skills assessment, choosing instructional targets and data collection.
2021-2022 Early Childhood Modules
Early Childhood Videos
Early Childhood Independence Example: Putting on Shoes
Early Childhood Independence Example: Transitions from Preferred to Non-Preferred
Pairing and Instructional Control Part 1