Instructional Control 101
Gaining and maintaining instructional control is vital to having successful ABA sessions. Instructional control involves having a positive working relationship with your learner where he/she is motivated to learn. Instructional control can look like having your learner's attention or your learner following your demands. Instructional control is gained during the pairing process. Whether this is a first-time client, or you lost instructional control over time with a client.