Masters Thesis

Assignment completion using self-monitoring checklist

Many school districts are finding it difficult to service a large and growing percentage of students who have challenging behaviors that impede their learning. As more and more students with challenging behaviors are struggling in the classroom, the academic performance has drastically dropped from this group of students. The purpose of this study is to analyze students’ performance when given a worksheet assignment using a self-monitoring checklist (SMC) and when completing a worksheet without using a SMC, with the objective of demonstrating that a SMC is effective. A single-subject design is used to analyze and determine whether an SMC assists students with challenging behaviors completing assigned work.


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