Currently work with kids who are high up on the

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currently work with kids who are high up on the spectrum and kids who are about to become teenagers. No two kids are the same but I would like to gain more experience with working with kids who are lower on the spectrum and those who are non-vocal. Opening up an ABA clinic would be the last step. In the area where I live, there are only a couple clinics around in the area. Conclusion Becoming a BCBA may not be an easy task to accomplish but in order to become a successful Practitioner-Scholar, I will need to stay focused and motivated. AS the weeks go on, I get more and more confident that I am in the right career path and I can not wait to see what is in store for me. Not only will I be able to work with the kids at the clinic, but I will also be able to work with those in the community. My work with them may not be face to face, but I hope to do enough research and planning that I am able to host my own workshops open to the community. Without the help of the Practitioner-Scholar model, I honestly feel like my goal would be harder to reach because I wouldn ’t know where to even begin. 5
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Practitioner-Scholar References Capella University. (2003). Capella University's scholar- practitioner educational philosophy [White paper]. McClintock, C. (2004). Scholar practitioner model. In A. DiStefano, K. E. Rudestam, & R. J. Silverman (Eds.), Encyclopedia of distributed learning (pp. 394 –397). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE . 6
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