Improving On-Task Behaviors in the Classrooms

Improving On-Task Behaviors in the Classrooms

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The present-day students (regular and special education) have some difficulties remaining on task in the classroom, especially the students classified as the at-risk (learning disabled, behavioral disordered, etc). Therefore, it becomes imperative to design a proactive methodology or strategy that may create on-task behavior while teaching and learning are taking place in the classroom. Note that no one strategy is enough to contain behavior-problem students; hence, the partner-check self-recording strategy was designed to induce on task behavior for a considerable amount of time among elementary school children.While in a 3point holistic rubric (for extended a€“ response questions), a 3point response is a complete and correct answer, ... The researcher used the New York State Standardized test on Mathematics for the 5th grade students during theanbsp;...

Title:Improving On-Task Behaviors in the Classrooms
Author: Dr. George N. Ohakamnu
Publisher:Xlibris Corporation - 2015-05-30

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