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The Effectiveness of Applied Behavior Analysis

  title={The Effectiveness of Applied Behavior Analysis},
  author={Megan Kehoe},
There are many different ways to educate students on the Autism Spectrum. Applied Behavior Analysis is one educational tool that has shown to be an effective tool in showing progress with students that are on the Autism Spectrum. ABA allows students to show progress at their own pace using a repetitive educational strategy. Educators that have implemented ABA have voiced their opinion on why it is effective and have given their input on what has worked best for them and some of the struggles… 


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