Autism (ASD)

 

Why a U.S. Government Agency Covers Up Proven Educational Methods While Millions of Children Become Illiterate

  It is naïve to pretend that science is free of bias and of political involvement. If it were, there would be no need for lobbyists in Washington from groups like the chemical and defense companies. “Science” may be conducted more for their benefit, than for its indisputable proofs. When influenced by “big tobacco”, some studies…

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While you’re waiting for the cavalry to arrive .. An alternative for children with autism

A New Challenge                                                                At the end of November 2008, I began a journey, both literally and figuratively into the world of autism. I was…

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Behavior Management: An Overview

This is a series of seven blogs to help teachers, parents and therapists bring students under instructional control so that teaching can occur. The components of the series are Behavior Management: An Overview Behavior Management: Bribes or Rewards – The Fundamental Question Behavior Management: Praise and Encouragement Behavior Management: Activities as Reinforcers Behavior Management: Point…

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Book Review: Teaching Children With Autism, an ABA Primer by Reg Reynolds, Ph.D.

    Reviewed by Michael Maloney, Maloney Method As the field of psychology widens and deepens its attempts to provide information and treatment regimes for children with autism, there has been a plethora of books published recently. No doubt there will be many more in the coming months and years. Amazon currently lists approximately 750…

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Outline of the events in the 2-Day Inclusion Workshop

I am being contacted by individuals who want a more detailed breakdown of the workshop agenda. Here it is and here is what others are saying about the Maloney Method. From Hong Kong I invited Michael Maloney to assist me in establishing a classroom for autistic children in Hong Kong. I did so on the…

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Behavior Management: Why it Works

This is a series of seven blogs to help teachers, parents and therapists bring students under instructional control so that teaching can occur. The components of the series are Behavior Management: An Overview Behavior Management: Bribes or Rewards – The Fundamental Question Behavior Management: Praise and Encouragement Behavior Management: Activities as Reinforcers Behavior Management: Point…

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Behavior Management: Behavior Contracts

This is a series of seven blogs to help teachers, parents and therapists bring students under instructional control so that teaching can occur. The components of the series are Behavior Management: An Overview Behavior Management: Bribes or Rewards – The Fundamental Question Behavior Management: Praise and Encouragement Behavior Management: Activities as Reinforcers Behavior Management: Point…

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Behavior Management: Point Systems for Progress

This is a series of seven blogs to help teachers, parents and therapists bring students under instructional control so that teaching can occur. The components of the series are Behavior Management: An Overview Behavior Management: Bribes or Rewards – The Fundamental Question Behavior Management: Praise and Encouragement Behavior Management: Activities as Reinforcers Behavior Management: Point…

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Behavior Management: Activities as Reinforcers

This is a series of seven blogs to help teachers, parents and therapists bring students under instructional control so that teaching can occur. The components of the series are Behavior Management: An Overview Behavior Management: Bribes or Rewards – The Fundamental Question Behavior Management: Praise and Encouragement Behavior Management: Activities as Reinforcers Behavior Management: Point…

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Behavior Management: Praise and Encouragement – 91 Ways to Say “Good for You”

This is a series of seven blogs to help teachers, parents and therapists bring students under instructional control so that teaching can occur. The components of the series are Behavior Management: An Overview Behavior Management: Bribes or Rewards – The Fundamental Question Behavior Management: Praise and Encouragement Behavior Management: Activities as Reinforcers Behavior Management: Point…

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