Date of Award
Ph.D. in Education
This dissertation consists of three articles investigating the effects of technology-based self-monitoring to decrease off-task behaviors and increase academic engagement in students who have behavior disorders. Previous literature has examined the effects of technology-based self-monitoring in special education and alternative placements. Unfortunately, there is a lack of investigation with technology-based self-monitoring in general education settings. Together these three articles will clearly determine the effects of technology-based self-monitoring in general education settings specifically for students with behavior disorders.
Maxcy, Lane, "The Effects of Technology Based Self-Monitoring Across General Education Settings for Students with Behavior Disorders" (2019). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1660.