Welcome to the Busy Analytical Bee website. Here you can find out more about Busy Analytical Bee and Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA).
“Development and Dissemination”
Busy Analytical Bee aims to promote development and dissemination within the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA).
The newsletter was first introduced in June 2014. The newsletter contains a research topic, terminology, upcoming events (UK and Ireland), Natural Environment Teaching (NET) ideas with references to the Verbal Behaviour Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VB-MAPP) targets, and much more! It also includes an interview four times a year.
The Newsletter is aimed at any professionals and parents, interested in ABA who live and/or work in the UK. It is released once a month around the 1st of each month, and is released via the blog on this website. You can also see our catalogue of topics from previous editions; all editions are available for free, today.
If you wish to subscribe to the newsletter you can email ‘SUBSCRIBE’ to email@example.com, or alternatively, use the following form. Alternatively, click here.
The blog was designed to discuss theories in relation to events that happen in my day-to-day life or in the news. I hope this will promote understanding and further disseminate Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). The blog is also where I will announce the release of the newsletter. You can read it now by clicking here…
The Facebook/Twitter page
The social media pages are a way to communicate with the subscribers and people who are interested in Busy Analytical Bee. Busy Analytical Bee prides itself on not emailing subscribers, except to distribute the newsletter. It doesn’t share your email address or fill your inbox with junk. Instead I use Facebook and Twitter as a platform to share additional articles, information and more with it’s followers. You can view the Facebook page and Twitter page and learn more.
Busy Analytical Bee is produced and written by Kirsty Angel M.Sc. BCBA. Kirsty has been working in the field for five years, following completing her Masters Degree in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) at Bangor University. Kirsty has had a variety of experiences, working with many children under the age of 16 years old. Kirsty received her Certification from the BACB in May 2015.