Goal-Setting Interventions for Students with Behavior Problems: A Systematic Review

@article{Bruhn2016GoalSettingIF,
  title={Goal-Setting Interventions for Students with Behavior Problems: A Systematic Review},
  author={Allison Leigh Bruhn and Sara C. McDaniel and Josephine Fernando and Leonard Troughton},
  journal={Behavioral Disorders},
  year={2016},
  volume={41},
  pages={107 - 121}
}
Students with persistent behavior problems, including those with or at risk for emotional or behavioral disorders, often struggle to be self-regulated learners. To improve self-regulation skills, numerous strategies have been suggested, including goal setting. Whereas goal setting has focused mostly on academic and life skills, behavioral goal setting has received less attention, particularly in terms of determining best practices for effective goal setting in school-based interventions. Thus… Expand

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