The effects of Tier II Check in/Check out including adaptation for non-responders on the off-task behavior of elementary students in a residential setting.

 
Swoszowski, N. C., McDaniel, S., C., Jolivette, K., & Melius, P. (2013). The effects of Tier II Check in/Check out including adaptation for non-responders on the off-task behavior of elementary students in a residential setting. Education and Treatment of Children, 36, 63-79.

This data-based manuscript investigated the effects of CICO with the first-time addition of a check-up adaptation to CICO for 4 students with E/BD in a residential facility where the PBIS framework was being implemented with fidelity. Results of the single-subject study suggest that CICO was effective in decreasing the inappropriate behaviors of the students.

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  • Secondary

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  • Juvenile Justice