An Education in Motivation: Using Reinforcement Strategies to Motivate Student Learning
rethink | 9/23/2015

Having students motivated from the beginning of the school year is essential to student success. During large, small, and individual teaching sessions, it is important to maximize motivation when teaching both academic skills and working on reduction of problem behaviors.  

Join us for this webinar to learn more about simple ways to use Preference Assessments and other reinforcement strategies to motivate your students to start off the school year on the right foot!

 

Participants Will Learn:

  • How to use Preference Assessments to identify what motivates your students
  • Group and individual reinforcement strategies
  • Reinforcement systems that are simple to set up and use in the classroom

About Our Guest

Meredith Ouimette, MA, BCBA

Meredith Ouimette is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Certified Special Education Teacher living in Philadelphia, PA. She currently services as Director of Professional Services for Rethink Behavioral Health.  She has spent her career devoted to supporting students and families, working as a teacher, therapist, and consultant in a variety of school and home settings.

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