Dr. Jeremy H. Greenberg has joined The Children's Institute of Hong Kong as Director in 2009. He also works with The Harbour School as a consultant and on its Senior Management Team. Dr. Greenberg's professional certifications include Board Certified Behavior Analyst, New York State Education Department Permanent Special Education, School District Administrator, and Supervisor and Administrator of Schools. Jeremy has been a BCBA since 2000.
Dr. Greenberg earned three Masters' degrees in special education and his doctorate in Special Education Applied Behavior Analysis from Teachers College Columbia University after earning a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology.
In 2010, Dr. Greenberg founded the Hong Kong Association for Behavior Analysis where he has served as President and other Board positions. In 2012 Dr. Greenberg established the first Verified Course Sequence from the Behavior Analysis Certification Board Inc. in Hong Kong. Research interests include verbal behavior, inclusive education, teacher training, and cost benefit analyses.
Behavior Analysis Applied to Inclusive Schools: A Road Map to Success for All
Date: Novemeber 17, 2019 Time: 9:00 am - 10:30 am
The has been an increase in public schools and international school that are making efforts to include students with special education needs (SEN) in the general education curriculum. This process can be complex as well as challenging.
This presentation will review various successful behavioral strategies and tactics derived from the science of Applied Behavior Analysis and include outcome data. Greenberg & Greenberg (2014) have described a successful model of inclusion in an international school setting in Hong Kong
It is the aim of this presentation is to share components of the program from Applied Behavior Analysis including the subfield Verbal Behavior Analysis. Participants familiar with an intermediate to advanced level of understanding in the field may consider the implementation of these components in their own schools around the world.