We have been involved in the production of a range of resources. We continue to work on new resources and will keep you updated here when they become available.
Prof Bill Heward: Helping school-aged pupils with autism succeed in mainstream classrooms
To view a video of Prof Bill Heward's workshop please click here, and for the presentation please click here, to view a handout from the event click here
Prof Bill Heward: Using science to improve educational outcomes for all students
This video is memory intensive, you can download the file and watch it at your leisure. Once the file is downloaded to your computer, it should play a lot more smoothly. To download it, right-click on the video and click "save video as" then save it to your desktop. For high quality viewing, we recommend that videos are viewed using Quicktime player or VLC player. Both these softwares are free and give excellent and reliable playback. http://www.apple.com/uk/quicktime/download/
SIMPLE STEPS Multimedia
We have collaborated in the design and production of the multi-media resource SIMPLE STEPS. This is presently available in 4 languages (English, German, Norwegian and Spanish). You can find the most up-to-date version of SIMPLE STEPS here www.simplestepsautism.com. If you have any questions please get in touch or ask the SSI team directly at email@example.com
This short video was produced, recorded, and edited by Andrew together with his friend. Andrew gave permission to share his work with the QUART Centre. Click here to download the video.
Kayla's talk at APS/CEDP conference in Melbourne.
Behavioural Gerontology in Dementia Care
Some concrete examples Professor Mark Mathews.
Addressing Challenged Behaviour and Sensory Issues
Dr Dana Reinecke BCBA-D is an award winning trainer and teacher in ASD at the Sage Centre for Behaviour Analysis, New York. She addresses sensory issue and shows how to overcome barriers to learning.
Evidence-based Interventions and Professional Certification
Dr Neil Martin (BCBA-D) has many years of experience in working directly with individuals and families affected by ASD and consulting with Education and HSC agencies.
Dr Angelika Anderson and Prof Dennis Moore, Faculty of Education and Krongold Centre, Monash University, Australia.
Verbal Behaviour Analysis
Smita Awasthi (BCBA) Director of Behavior Momentum, Bangalore, India, is an internationally recognised autism expert, therapist and staff trainer.
Prof Karola Dillenburger on Evidence based practice: Behaviour Analytic interventions in ASD.
Launch of the Centre for Behaviour Analysis
Click here for the launch of Centre for Behaviour Analysis at 2nd QUART Conference 2012 by Professor Karola Dillenburger.
Effective Inclusion in Mainstream Classrooms
Dr Carl Hughes (BCBA-D, Bangor University, Wales) whose keynote address focused on teaching academic curriculum: Effective inclusion in mainstream classrooms. Dr Hughes discussed some of the key findings of behaviour analytic teaching methods, including Precision Teaching, in mainstream schools.
Building adaptive skills: Practice applications
Professor Mickey Keenan’s (BACB-D, University of Ulster) presentation outlined the importance of the scientific method when designing teaching and learning experiences and illustrated this with a number of practical participatory exercises.
International best practice: Examples from early intervention in Spain, Germany, France, and Greece
Aikaterini Dounavi (BCBA, QUB; University of Madrid) illustrated how behaviour analytic early intervention has been progressed in these countries and showed a number of videos from her own international practice.