The Antecedent
Learner Behavior
The Consequence
Conducting Sessions

1.10 Using DTT for Listener Responding

This is the open-access version of this module and your progress is not tracked or recorded

This tutorial will show you how to use discrete trial teaching to teach listener responding skills for learners with autism or any special learning need.

A diagram illustrating the three parts of Discrete Trial Teaching with the keywords 'attentive behavior' and 'consequence'.
Post a comment
This section is for the civil and public discussion of the content of this page. We reserve the right to moderate and remove comments that are irrelevant, disrespectful, hateful, harassing, threatening, or spamlike. If you are experiencing a technical issue, please contact our helpdesk for assistance.

Leave a Comment