Restructuring Environmental Contingencies and Enhancing Self-Managed Supervision
The results of the 2016-17 Wing Institute’s research grant are now available on our web site. Laura Kern submitted the selected study that examines the effects of a brief training on active supervision and self-management and the use of a simple strategy of self-management (e.g., checklist and Direct Behavior Rating Scales to change adult behavior).
Three research questions were addressed related to recess supervisor and student behaviors:
- What are the effects of a brief training on self-management on recess supervisors’ active supervision behaviors?
- What are the effects of increasing active supervision on students’ problematic behavior during recess?
- Will any increase in recess supervisor’s use of self-management be maintained with the sole use of direct behavior rating scales as part of a self-management strategy of the adult active supervision
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