teachers who have been trained to criterion in the past often have low-to- moderate treatment fidelity after a relatively short period of time. Question 5 Needs Grading Explain why the sustainability of a treatment is an issue of social validity (4 points) Response Feedback: [None Given] Question 6 0 out of 2 points A supervision practice that supports preventing a culture of “us” vs. “them” in a supervisory relationship with staff includes: Answer s: a. Monitoring staff performance sporadically (i.e., unpredictably observing and monitoring). b. Observing staff performance without informing staff (e.g., covertly observing direct care staff). c. A supervisor creating opportunities for staff to observe the supervisor performing the skills expected of staff. d. Observing staff performance for skills prior to training of skills occurring. Respons e Feedback : This answer comes directly from the video on Securing Feedback as a Supervisor . As a supervisor, it will be important for you to know how to assess client outcomes, evaluate staff performance, and secure feedback for your own
supervision. On way to create a positive work environment and avoid a "us" versus "them" mentality is to ask supervisees to observe you while you perform a task. Question 7 2 out of 2 points Aubrey Daniels’ writes, “…remember that a good management practice incorrectly implemented can be just as harmful as a bad management practice implemented correctly.” In other words… Answer s: a. Poor treatment acceptability for an effective treatment can be as dangerous as good treatment acceptability with an ineffective treatment. b. Poor treatment fidelity for an effective treatment can be as dangerous as good treatment acceptability with an ineffective treatment. c. Poor treatment acceptability for an effective treatment can be as dangerous as good treatment fidelity with an ineffective treatment d. Poor treatment fidelity for an effective treatment can be as dangerous as good treatment fidelity with an ineffective treatment. Question 8 2 out of 2 points A behavior that is learned without direct contact with consequences is: Answer s: a.
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- Michael Allen