“Maximizing Student Progress” Ronald Leaf, PhD

May 25 2018 ,Issam Fares Hall at the American University of Beirut

 “Maximizing Student Progress” Ronald Leaf, PhD

A two-day workshop, geared towards educators and caregivers, took place at the Issam Fares conference hall at AUB, on May 25 and 26, 2018.

 “Maximizing Student Progress”

OpenMinds was extremely fortunate to be able to host Dr. Ronald Leaf, Director of Autism Partnership and Behavior Therapy and Learning Center at CABA (Center for Advancement of Behavioral Analysis) in Seal Beach, CA, USA for a two-day workshop at the Issam Fares conference hall at AUB, on May 25 and 26, 2018. Dr. Leaf, a leading world authority in behavioral management, provided participants with practical and helpful information and experience in the implementation of intensive behavioral treatment methodologies.  Training included an overview of developmental disabilities and applied research, principles of behavior analysis and management, a description and explanation of treatment programs and curricula, and demonstration of these teaching methods. Over 200 individuals signed up, ranging from teachers and classroom aids, to therapists working with children with developmental disabilities, psychologists, and parents. Attendees found the workshop to be insightful, inspirational, and incredibly helpful.

 “Maximizing Student Progress”  Ronald Leaf, PhD

  • Date: Friday, May 25, 2018
  • Venue: Issam Fares Hall at the American University of Beirut
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