Using Self-Recording of On-Task Behavior by a Preschool Child with Disabilities

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In an evaluation of effects of self-monitoring on the on-task behavior by a preschool child with disabilities, analysis indicated that self-monitoring increased the child's on-task behavior in each of three settings in the classroom. The import of these findings for preschool education was noted.

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