This VCU-ACE resource
This VCU-ACE resource helps families understand all the different types of prompts and how to choose the right prompt for different activities.
This video defines and
This video defines and gives some examples of different types of prompts including physical, modelling, gestural, visual, positional, and verbal prompts. The video also includes a discussion of prompt hierarchies as well as prompt fading.
The Autism Intervention Training Video Series was designed for individuals in the beginning stages of learning how to conduct Applied Behavioural Analysis with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. It is a series of videos demonstrating 5 of the key techniques needed for successful intervention: The Discrete Trial; Reinforcement; Prompting; Generalization; Incidental Teaching
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After reading Martin
After reading Martin Scorsese's New York Times article on superhero movies, Tim Blake Nelson took matters into his own hands to dissect exactly how they fit into the role of cinema as a whole.
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What I would point out on this subject is say what you like about superhero movies they make huge amounts of money that the studios can then use to finance the movies that are more driven by art that don't necessarily have the same box office appeal.
It's funny how nobody has the courage to say that superheroes movies are a money making machine written for viewers of maximum 12 years of age.
My biggest issue with any and all of these comments are, people act like the Avengers movie was a slam dunk no doubt money maker, that wasn't the case. It was extremely risky. Also, how is all of this not risky itself, they took a risk and created their own entire universe of connected heroes and movies, that's risky as fuck, is it not?
Scorsese movies are the exact same movies. Long, boring and easily predictable.