Online Courses – A selection of continuing education credits for ABA professionals as well as an introductory CLM Unit suitable for Parents, ABA Professionals and School Staff wanting to learn more about the CLM approach.
Apps – For students of all ages and ABA professionals.
Worldwide Coaching Network – Easily access virtual coaching services from CLM Certified Coaches from around the world.
Products – Purchase books and other products that will become daily resources for ABA professionals and parents alike.
The eLearning Store is available to market resources or tools developed by ABA professionals and CLM trained educators.
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School administrators interested in learning about how to train their teams (para-educators, teachers and support staff) to use the CLM model for full implementation please contact: email@example.com
The Competent Learner Model© (CLM) is an intensive, individualized teaching program designed to improve participation using the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA), precision teaching (PT) and direct instruction (DI). The products and services on this site have been developed over 30 years making the CLM a tried, tested and true approach to successful engagement for learners of ALL ages and abilities. The goal is to empower learners to be as independent as possible. Of critical importance is the CLM’s non-coercive play-based approach, which allows learners as well as parents, caregivers and professionals, the opportunity to succeed in creating competency. Several school districts/programs across the US and internationally have successfully implemented the Competent Learner Model.
The CLM System integrates:
- CLM Curriculum
- CLM Course of Study
- Performance Assessments
- Action Management Process
- Collaborative Consultation
The CLM presents step by step instruction that develops the seven CLM repertoires that learners need in order to progress and function in daily life. These repertoires are based upon B.F. Skinner’s (1957) analysis of functional language that provides a framework for developing communication, observing and listening skills, and the pre-academic skills of reading and writing. The seven CLM repertoires are Talker, Observer, Reader, Writer, Participator, Listener and Problem Solver.
Supportive virtual coaching by Certified CLM Coaches or BCBA Certified CLM Coaches and other resources are available to help further develop the CLM framework to meet the individualized needs of parents, educators and ABA professionals.