What Makes an ABA Kindergarten Readiness Program Different Than Other Schools?
One of the defining characteristics of applied behavior analysis (ABA) is the continuous measurement of behavior and learning. When the principles of ABA are applied to the school setting, it is paramount that every student response is recorded, graphed, and analyzed to measure progress and adjust programming as necessary. Although many programs and schools claim to be “ABA schools”, the level of measurement and data analysis being conducted on student responding often does not meet the minimum requirements to elicit effective behavior change or increase acquisition of new academic learning tasks. At SCI, we take pride in our attention to detail when it comes to the science of teaching and learning. We monitor every behavior and record every student response to ensure that what we are teaching is effective for the child.