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Do Better Collective. Socially Professional.

The Do Better Collective is a specified sphere of knowledge — a domain for those with a shared commitment to engage in lifelong learning focused on developing humane, culturally-informed, and compassionate behavior analytic interventions. This community engages in collective learning through webinars, podcasts, mastermind discussion groups, and conference events and actively seeks to put what they’ve learned into practical action.

Join these forward-thinking behavior analysts and professionals who strive, daily, to do better in the field of behavior analytic service delivery.

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Journal Club Meeting

#dobetter Reading to Action October Facilitated Journal Club Meeting

October 15, 2020 at 7:00 pm EST

Each month, we will choose a journal article to read that is behavior analytic in nature and connect as a group to discuss the implications of the article for improving our practice as behavior analysts. Presenters:  Megan Miller, PhD, BCBA-D and Stephanie Bolden, BCBA

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9.5 Learning Type II BACB® CEUs

This course meets the requirements for the 8 hour supervision training 2.0 required by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. This training program is based on the BACB® Supervisor Training Curriculum Outline (2.0) but is offered independent of the BACB®.   view details…

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Navigate Challenging Behavior Better

This webinar focuses on going beyond the typical training provided on functions of behavior and behavioral assessment to provide attendees with a more comprehensive understanding of how to navigate challenging behavior. Dr. Miller provides an overview of how to truly...

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#dobetter Reading to Action Facilitated Journal Club Meeting – Nov 2020

Have you joined our Do Better Reading to Action a Group yet? Discussion questions for our Oct 15th meeting have been posted! Check them and join the group!   The #dobetter movement is committed to providing professional development opportunities to behavior...

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Do Better Collective – Community Expectations and Ethical Guidelines

The purpose of this webinar is to provide members of The Do Better Collective with some examples of how the Code can be interpreted to interact with an online professional community, how to recognize the difference between disliking someone's opinion...

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#dobetter Reading to Action Facilitated Journal Club Meeting – Oct 2020

Have you joined our Do Better Reading to Action a Group yet? Discussion questions for our Oct 15th meeting have been posted! Check them and join the group!   The #dobetter movement is committed to providing professional development opportunities to behavior...

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#dobetter Reading to Action Facilitated Journal Club Meeting – Sept 2020

The #dobetter movement is committed to providing professional development opportunities to behavior analysts seeking to improve their practice through addressing social justice issues within the field of behavior analysis. Each month, we will choose a journal article to read that...

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Disrupting Racism: What You Can Do to be an Effective Ally

LIVE EVENT on Tuesday, September 15th, 2020 at 4:30-7:30 pm EST via Zoom Professionals of color report pervasive experiences with racism at work. This interactive workshop will discuss workplace racism and explore what it means to be an ally or...

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S2:E4 – In this episode, Joe and Megan connect with Ryan O’Donnell to discuss some burning questions we had about social media, research, and everything …