Social Justice ABA Series: Culturally Responsive Behavior Management 06/28/23 | WEBINAR

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Presented by May Chriseline Beaubrun

This webinar is curated and sponsored by Jacob Sadavoy & Michelle Zube

Disproportionately is a situation in which a particular group (e.g., racial, ethnic, etc.) is represented at a higher or lower percentage than their percentage in the general population. disproportionately is evident in Special Education and school discipline as well. There are many negative impacts of this disproportionately including harsh punishment for minor infractions and support of the school to prison pipeline. School suspension data from throughout the state of New Jersey will be discussed. Behavior analytic based treatments such as Positive Behavioral Supports, Social Skills Groups, Early Intervention | Antecedent Strategies that Focus on Prevention, Classroom Management Program (e.g., CHAMPS), and Restorative Justice are appropriate alternatives to zero-tolerance policies and punishment procedures. There are advantages and disadvantages to these alternative treatments, but behavior analysts can evaluate treatment to ensure that strategies are implemented within a culturally appropriate system. After implementation, data analysis can be used to evaluate the effectiveness to reduce disproportionality.

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This LIVE WEBINAR will air on June 28 from 1 pm to 2:15 pm ET.



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Presented by May Chriseline Beaubrun

The presentation will discuss research in topics from The Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts (Code) including 1.07 Cultural Responsiveness and Diversity, 1.08 Nondiscrimination, and 1.10 Awareness of Personal Biases and Challenges in various applied settings
BCBAs that work with BIPOC students will gain strategies to support administration and students on ways in which they can provide just systems support. This understanding is aligned with the BCBA's core principles of equitable access to services.
May Chriseline Beaubrun has been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst for over 10 years. She has worked with children and adults with various cognitive, developmental, and physical disabilities in a variety of settings (i.e., clinic, hospital, homes, schools, etc.). May has presented at the Autism New Jersey convention, Association for Behavior Analysis International Conference, California Association for Behavior Analysis Conference, and the New Jersey Association for Behavior Analysis conference. May was also an adjunct professor at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She contributed a chapter to the text A Scientific Framework for Compassion and Social Justice on behavior analysis and urban planning. She has a wide variety of experiences within the field of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Developing trauma informed treatment plans for individuals in low income areas.  Using cultural responsive behavior management to protect individuals from marginalized communities.

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Learning Objectives

Learning Objectives:

Participants will be able to:

  1. Participants will identify examples of disproportionality in education
  2. Participants will be able to explain aggregate data of students with learning disabilities from schools that receive behavior analytic consultation services and use said data to guide intervention for marginalized students.
  3. Participants will be able to demonstrate how to use resources provided to address racial bias in education
  4. Participants will be able to provide alternatives solutions to school discipline
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