University of West Florida / Maloney Method Launch Successful


The joint venture pilot project of the University of West Florida and Maloney Method.com has launched successfully with higher registration numbers than expected. The 12-week course teaches an amalgamated behavior methods system and provides 12 Continuing Education Credits for those who complete the 6 modules. Each module includes a presentation, followed one week later by a live interactive lab where assignments are discussed and additional information is provided.
The Maloney Method system of behavioral methods; Behavioral Objectives, Behavior Analysis, Direct Instruction, Precision Teaching and Behavioral Practice and Supervision Strategies has been successfully used with 100,000 at-risk students over the past 45 years across North America.
The course was developed for therapists, teachers and teaching assistants working with children and adults on the Autism spectrum. The model was adapted a decade ago for the start-up of the Hong Kong Junior School founded by Eva Hyto, a Hong Kong businesswoman.
The course runs four times per year. Course description and registration for August 6 can be found here:

UWF Distance and Continuing Education

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