What is it?
- Intervention designed to increase self-management by prompting the student to self-reflect on performance and self-record behavior on a chart
- Assist students to become more responsible for their actions and be more self-sufficient.
- It helps to improve self-management by reminding them of goal-directed behavior and prompting them to engage in self-reflection and evaluation. s any reinforcers or rewards that the student may earn contingent upon achievement of the goals.
- Self-monitoring works for both behavior excesses, such as disruptive behaviors, negative social interactions, and for behavior deficits, such as significant time alone, lack of class participation, low assignment completion s any reinforcers or rewards that the student may earn contingent upon achievement of the goals.
- Essentially, this requires higher level ability in order to reflect on how their behaviors truly are
- Self-reflection (reflection of behavior over a certain amount of time)
- Self-recording (marking down on the chart whether behavior met or did not meet expectations)