The Effects of Peer Delivered Self-Monitoring Strategies on the Participation of Students With Severe Disabilities in General Education Classrooms

Abstract

This study investigated the effects of self-monitoring instruction delivered by peer tutors on the occurrence of academic survival skills displayed by five middle school students with severe disabilities. We employed a multiple baseline across subjects design. Instruction was provided in general education content classes. The students were taught to… (More)

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