Vanderbilt Kennedy Center

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Britt Henderson Training Series, 2010-2011: Using Self-Monitoring in Academic Interventions

Date: April 06, 2011

Time: 5:00PM to 7:00PM

Location: Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, MRL 241

Registration Closed

Description

Self-monitoring is a self-management strategy that involves teaching students how to monitor, observe, record, and change their own behavior (Vanderbilt, 2005). Self-monitoring is a feasible and potentially effective practice to support the academic and behavioral performance of students with varied needs (Carr & Punzo, 1993; Mooney, Ryan, Uhing, Reid, & Epstein, 2005). Self-monitoring interventions can be structured and implemented in a variety of ways, and, when implemented correctly, require minimal classroom resources (e.g., teacher time; Lane, Menzies, Bruhn, & Crnobori, in press; Menzies, Lane, & Lee, 2009). Topics will include an overview of self-monitoring strategies, supporting research for its use, the efficacy of self-monitoring with different populations, and examples across various grade levels and settings. We will also include a detailed explanation of how to implement self- monitoring in your classroom by introducing a research-based approach to conducting self-monitoring interventions to address academic and behavioral issues with individual students (Menzies, Lane, & Lee, 2009; Vanderbilt, 2005). *Please bring a school-site team or one other member of your faculty.

For more information, contact Mary Crnobori at (615) 343-0706.

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Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Links

  • Henderson Training Series for Educators
    This annual series of workshops provides training for general and special education teachers, with the goal of improving the quality of education for students with diverse learning needs in inclusive settings.

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