Using choice to increase time on-task, task completion, and accuracy for students with emotional/behavioral disorders in a residential facility.

 
Ramsey, M.L., Jolivette, K., Puckett Patterson, D., & Kennedy, C. (2010). Using choice to increase time on-task, task completion, and accuracy for students with emotional/behavioral disorders in a residential facility. Education and Treatment of Children, 33, 1-21.

This data-based manuscript investigates a Tier II intervention, choice-making, with students in a facility implementing PBIS with fidelity. The authors found that the students time on-task and task-completion of math activities increased with the intervention but choice-making had little impact on student math accuracy. The manuscript details the choice-making intervention.

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Prevention Level

  • Secondary

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  • Juvenile Justice