Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
Special Education and Rehabilitation
Research has shown that self-monitoring can increase on- task behavior with students in the classroom setting. This project examined the use of a signal device to teach self monitoring to increase on-task behavior of special education students with behavioral problems. Participants were two elementary school para-educators and two K-4th grade students. During a two part process, baseline and intervention was conducted by the researcher with each student evaluating his/her on-task behavior. The researcher examined the reliability of the data on the student’s on-task behavior. The researcher found that the student’s on-task behavior increased with implementation of the signal device self-monitoring program. The implications from the success of this project for the use of self-monitoring programs to increase students’ on-task behavior are discussed.
Allie, Casey L., "The Use of a Signal Device Self-Monitoring Program to Improve On-Task Behavior of Special and General Education Students" (2011). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. Paper 87.
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