4.15 Reason #5: Fluency and Flexibility Part 3

 The BCBA Task List (5th ed.) speaks to our ability to “Conduct a descriptive assessment of problem behavior” (section 2, subsection F). In order to translate technical terminology into non-technical terminology for a lay person, you must be fluent and confident when stating or illustrating a point. In addition, it is essential that you assess your audience’s verbal repertoire. If you are not adept with terms, principles, and concepts, you will find yourself unable to interpret key points to a client so that they may return useful information to you for identifying a problem.

BCBA Task List 6th Ed.
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