Lindsey Belman, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at Brett DiNovi & Associates, discusses research on incidental teaching. Lindsey provides a role play, lists advantages, and shows how clinicians can use a naturalistic teaching focus on incidental teaching. See below for Task List items covered in the video as well as references.
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RBT Task List: C-05 -Implement naturalistic teaching procedures (e.g. incidental teaching)
4th Edition BCBA/BCaBA Task List: F-06 - Use incidental teaching
5th Edition BCBA/BCaBA task List: G-9 -Use discrete-trial, free-operant and naturalistic teaching arrangements
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McGee, G.G., Almeida, M.C. Sulzer-Azaroff, B., & Feldman, R.S. (1992) Promoting Reciprocal Interactions via peer incidental teaching. Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis, 25, 117-126.
McGee, G.G., Krantz, P.J., Mason, D. & McClannahan, L.E. (1983) A modified incidental teaching procedure for autistic youth: acquisition and generalization of receptive object labels. Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis, 17, 329-338.
McGee, G.G. Krantz, P.J. & McClannahan, L.E. (1985) The facilitative effects of incidental teaching on prepositions use by autistic children. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 18, 17-31.
McGee, G.G. Krantz, P.J. & McClannahan, L.E. (1986). An extension of incidental teaching procedures to reading in instruction for autistic children. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 19, 147-157.
Peterson, P. (2004). Naturalistic language teaching procedures for children at risk for language delays. The Behavior Analyst Today, 5(4), 404-424. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/h0100047