Reciprocal peer management: Improving staff instruction in a vocational training program.

@article{Fleming1992ReciprocalPM,
  title={Reciprocal peer management: Improving staff instruction in a vocational training program.},
  author={Richard L Fleming},
  journal={Journal of applied behavior analysis},
  year={1992},
  volume={25 3},
  pages={611-20}
}
To test the feasibility and utility of involving peers as sources of feedback, 6 subjects, instructors in a vocational program for adults with mental retardation, participated in a staff training and management program. Subjects' teaching interactions were assessed during baseline, in-service training (on effective teaching), return-to-baseline, peer management, and follow-up phases. Peer management was introduced in multiple baseline fashion across pairs of subjects. Members of each pair were… CONTINUE READING

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