Discrete Trial Training (DTT) is a highly structured and intense form of ABA and typically occurs at a table.
ABA Teaching Methods
Play-Based Techniques which builds on a child’s own interests or obsessions, to develop relationships and social/communication skills.
Natural Environment Training (NET) is a more natural form of utilizing ABA and is conducted in the child’s typical environment.
Pivotal Response Training (PRT) is another form of naturalistic ABA and is used to teach language, decrease disruptive/self-stimulatory behaviors, and increase social, communication, and academic skills by focusing on critical or pivotal behaviors that affect a wide range of behaviors.