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Unformatted text preview: rogram is implemented and
monitored for effect using the ideas presented earlier from applied behavior
analysis. The eventual goal is to create an independent, self-monitoring student,
so teacher involvement and self-monitoring prompts typically are phased out
Self-evaluation. As we noted above, self-evaluation is when students
judge the quality of their behavior. Typically students are asked to complete a
simple rating scale or self-report form about their classroom behaviors. For 34 example, Clees (1995) had students use a class schedule with the expectations of
the teachers for the different classes printed on it. Students evaluated how well
they met their different teachers’ expectations. Cami Williams, an elementary
school teacher from Illinois, has her students with behavior problems complete a
self-report form at the end of each day. Her students identify any good things they
did that day, any problems they had, and what they might do differently tomorrow
(Scheinman, 1999). Students can use a rat...
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- Spring '08