Workshops and Seminars
Professional development is dynamic. At the Haring Center, we offer opportunities for professional growth with training, workshops, and coaching support.
- Training builds knowledge and awareness through activities that include lecture, video, reading and knowledge checks.
- Workshops develop skills through activities such as role-play, vignettes, discussion, focused observation and reflection.
- Practice based coaching supports professionals in applying new skills with guided practice and feedback within the context.
Our team of experts includes educational specialists, administrative leaders and behavior analysts. We offer a variety of training and workshop opportunities and can customize those opportunities to meet your professional needs. PD opportunities are offered at the Haring Center or at your location. Clock hours for teachers and BACB continuing education units may be are offered, if requested ahead of time.
Current Professional Development Opportunities:
- Instructional Framework for Building Inclusive Preschool Classrooms
- Leadership Training for Inclusive Programs
- Project DATA: A School-Based Model for Teaching Preschoolers with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Integrating Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in Your Classroom
- Addressing Challenging Behaviors with Positive Behavior Support
We also offer seminars such as Journal Club. Our Journal Club is an opportunity for behavior analysts to get together to discuss pertinent topics related to the field of applied behavior analysis. Type 2 BACB continuing education units are offered for attending this seminar. This group is led by Ilene Schwartz, Director of the Haring Center and meets once each month during the school year.
For more information about our Workshops and Seminars, contact Julie Ashmun at (206) 221-4482 or firstname.lastname@example.org.