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Move a Course From In-Class to Online: Build Dynamic Online Learning Experiences From the Ground Up – A 6hr workshop in 3 parts


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Move a Course From In-Class to Online: Build Dynamic Online Learning Experiences From the Ground Up – A 6hr workshop in 3 parts

Nicole M. Davis, PhD, BCBA, LABA

LIVE Webinar Date: Wednesday March 10,  24, &  April 7

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm eastern (New York)

Recording Access Period  

Closes 4/17/21

Recordings close at 11:59pm eastern


Now more than ever, there is a mandate for educational opportunities to transform in-person, classroom-based instruction, to dynamic, online learning experiences. However, this transformation is not as easy as “put it online.” Just like any other form of teaching, online instruction requires instructors to have a specific skillset, in order to design a course that promotes skill acquisition, generalization, and maintenance. In addition to expertise in a given area of study, faculty must learn best practices of online teaching, pedagogies to enhance learning remotely, and the ever-evolving technology that makes it all possible. The broad purpose of this three part webinar is to provide a behavioral approach to teaching online for the first time. The first session will focus on differentiation between on-ground and online courses, identification of the variables that affect online learning, and target skill selection. During the second session, the arrangement of content delivery and skill assessments will be discussed. Lastly, strategies to strengthen the effectiveness of an online course will be shared. Throughout the three sessions, attendees will be given the opportunity to apply strategies to build or transform their own remote course.

Target Audience: University and college professors instructors, practitioners, students and anyone else interested in teaching young adults, with at least some background in the principles of behavior.

Learning Objectives

Part 1 

  • Select differences between on-ground and online teaching and learning.
  • Identify variables that may affect learning in an online course.
  • Select skills that can be learned and assessed through online platforms.

Part 2 

  • Select appropriate criterion-based assessment methods for each skill to be taught in an online course.
  • Select appropriate method to teach each target skill online, including content delivery-mode and arrangements.

Part 3

  • Identify behavioral methods to solve a given issue related to skill selection, content delivery, or assessment.
  • Select appropriate methods to assess the effectiveness of technologies geared to enhance learning in an online course.

Presenter Bio and Disclosure Statement

Dr. Nicole Davis is an Assistant Clinical Professor and the Director of Supervision in the Applied Behavior Analysis Programs at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. During her tenure at Northeastern, Dr. Davis has led the efforts to integrate evidenced based methods for instructional design into the ABA course sequence, in addition to her leadership of graduate supervision for behavior analysis. She teaches in both the graduate ABA and school psychology programs, and has worked diligently to incorporate behavior analysis into a number of programs across the university. Prior to her time at Northeastern University, Dr. Davis served as an adjunct professor at Simmons College where she taught a number of courses to graduate students, in addition to providing supervision. Although Dr. Davis originally started teaching in traditional on -campus classes, the majority of her recent teaching has been online. This has allowed Dr. Davis to explore methods for transitioning the core features of effective instruction to online teaching. Her recent interests also include an evaluation of evidenced-based instructional methods for online teaching, and the application of behavior analytic technologies into online instruction. Dr. Davis earned both her master’s and doctoral degrees in Behavior Analysis at Simmons College. Although she is committed to promoting the application of behavior analysis in all areas of human and animal behavior, Dr. Davis has presented nationally and published on behavior analytic approaches to health-related behavior, avoidance, and learning in higher education.


6:00 pm: Introduction
6:05 pm: Webinar begins
7:45 pm: Q&A session
8:00 pm: Evaluation, post-test and code submission forms

Credit Hour Information

Behavior Analysts earn 6 CEUs* (Learning)
Psychologists earn 6 CE Hours*
Occupational Therapists earn .6 CEUS*
Social Workers earn 6 Clinical CEs**
Certified Counselors earn 6 CE hours* (Counselor Professional Identity and Practice Issues.)

Must pass post-test with 80% or above and submit all attendance codes

  • CEs not available for other professions

**CE for LIVE only

*CE for viewing Live or Recording



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