write Secondary Postings (i.e. “Participation postings”) are postings to peers or instructors, writing homework help

I want you to write Secondary Postings (i.e. “Participation postings”) are postings to peers or instructors. These postings are 50‐100 words, posted on time and show initiative, critical thinking and are a substantial contribution to the discussion. These can be postings in agreement/ disagreement with a peer, personal examples of the topic being discussed or any other bit of information that is relevant to the course and contributes to the conversation being held. Watch that all of your postings are not opinion diatribes without backing up your points using peer reviewed material, the text or other reputable source.

I want to read this paragraph and write argument and citation and reference you can use from the book or other sources and please use ( I ) like I think, I agree because ….. write like I am write this thing.

I will send you the chapter from the book

the first paragraph:

This is a large question to tackle. I have talked to my husband about this class and it has changed hisperspective. Apparently, my graduation gift will no longer be a sports car to prevent me from a large speeding ticket!!! In reality however, this class has confirmed that I enjoy clear situations usually described as “black and white”. When presented with a situation that would be considered a “gray” area, I take time to evaluate both sides with in-depth reflection and research before taking a strong stance. A few people in my life has suggested I pursue my law degree. Going through the ethics scenarios has really fired me up and made me realize that maybe a law degree is in my future. Overall, I have learned what my responsibilities are as a future BCBA. It is my responsibility to know the code and keep up with any changes/modifications with the code. While my perspective of behavior analysis has not necessarily changed, my respect for the professionals in this field has grown. I will be proud to call myself a future professional in this field, as I know that we are responsible for ourselves (as a group) and we hold ourselves and each other to high standards with the goal of providing the best interventions and treatments for our clients.

the second paragraph:

I think the biggest thing for me that I take away from this class, is by adopting the systems of ethical code training and management as prescribed from the Ethics for Behavior Analyst book, I will ensure that as a BCBA I am providing the best quality treatment possible for my clients (Bailey & Burch, 2016). With the ethic code systems of internal monitoring, I feel will help prevent a BCBA from taking on more clients then they can handle or clients that are beyond their experience level. I also feel by following and meeting the ethical code for BCBA ensures that I am always putting the client’s best interest first in regards to adequate services, professional conduct and a client’s privacy. As stated from the Ethics for Behavior Analyst book, a BCBA first priority is “doing no harm” (Bailey & Burch, 2016, p. 15). By adopting ethical code training and management as a BCBA I also feel it protects an individual from getting into an unethical situation that could potentially turn into a legality issue. In addition, I have learned from this class just how important it is to select a good ethical supervisor for my BCBA supervisor and not just the most convenient or available. Another aspect that I greatly appreciate learning from the book and will keep with me as an ethical tool is the “Seven-Step Model” (Bailey & Burch, 2016, p. 36). I find this to be a very practical guide in how to navigate ethical situations that are complex and require special considerations. Overall, via having this ethical class and training I feel I am better equipped to handle any ethical dilemma that may arise in a BCBA job or any related career field.

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