Initiative Description: Students were observed for 40 min per class during three or four classes per day, such that they were observed in up to six general education classes at least twice per week. Students were taught to complete self-management forms on which they rated how well their classroom behavior met teachers’ expectations. Participants earned points if their self-management ratings either matched or were near teacher ratings.
Study Results: Intervention decreased off-task behavior for students across all class periods.and increased targeted appropriate social skills.
Reference: Peterson, L. D., Young, K. R., Salzberg, C. L. ., West, R. P. ., & Hill, M. (2006). Using Self-Management Procedures to Improve Classroom Social Skills in Multiple General Education Settings. Education & Treatment of Children, 29(1), 1–21
Level of Evidence: Good