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Theodore, 2002). By showing tapes of a student successfully performing a
behavior, that student is provided with concrete evidence that she or he can be
successful at that behavior. From a cognitive perspective, self-modeling could
also operate by replacing memories of inappropriate or maladaptive behaviors
with memories of successful behavior (Kehle, et al., 2002).
Technology and Self-Regulation 48 Technology also can provide support for students’ self-monitoring and
evaluation, and can be used to teach self-instructional approaches (Campbell,
1985; Osborne, Stroble Kiburz, and Miller, 1986). For example, Lonnecker,
Brady, McPherson & Hawkins (1994) videotaped two second-grade students with
learning and behavior problems. Using a form of a self-modeling approach, these
tapes were edited to provide examples of these students behaving in socially
appropriate ways, and of these same students behaving inappropriately. Students
watched themselves on tape and identified the behavior they were doing. If the
behavior was inappropriate, students were a...
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