Featured Certificant: Drenee B.

Drenee B.

Certified Autism Specialist, Autism and Behavioral Program Specialist, Lenoir County Public Schools

What’s your favorite part about what you do?

The favorite part of my daily activities is being involved in and witnessing the success and growth of both the students and teachers I serve. Whether those accomplishments are seemingly small, such as increasing time on task by an additional five seconds, or significant, like attending a college graduation, witnessing these positive impacts on their lives truly brings joy to my work.”

How has your IBCCES training/credential helped you in your career?

My IBCCES training has been instrumental in advancing my career, enabling me to earn the designation of Certified Autism Specialist. Additionally, it has sharpened and expanded my skill set, enhancing my knowledge of autism, hot-button litigation issues, data keeping, assessments, and intervention area specifics.

How do you use/implement what you learned in the IBCCES certification training?

I specifically use the information provided about data collection; this has made data collection, graphing, and analysis much easier. Additionally, I have used the Discrete Trial Teaching flow chart when assisting and showing teachers how to use this evidence-based practice effectively.

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