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Cognitive Behavior Intervention

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1. Describe one observed procedure for how students self-monitor and self-report performance on classroom assignments.
2. Analyze the level of student engagement with an observed procedure for student self-monitoring and self-reporting of performance on classroom assignments.
3. Assess the effectiveness of the observed teacher's interactions with the student self-monitoring and self-reporting procedures.
4. (a) Assess the effectiveness of an observed procedure for student self-monitoring and self-reporting of performance on classroom assignments
(b) Explain the thinking process you went through to complete this evaluation.
5. (a) Describe an alternative procedure for student self-monitoring and self-reporting of performance on classroom assignments.
(b) Justify your choices of recommendations.
6. (a) Align your personal professional teaching standards with an observed procedure for student self-monitoring and self-reporting of performance on classroom assignments.
(b) Explain what you considered as you formulated ideas regarding personal and/or professional implications

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1. Describe one observed procedure for how students self-monitor and self-report performance on classroom assignments.

Self-management interventions are observed procedures for students with behavior disorders that allow for the teacher to observe how students self-monitor and self-report their performances on classroom assignments. Tools such as self-evaluation and recording their progress allow for the child to establish a dichotomy of a record that details their performance on assignments allowing for improvement based upon what they have recorded and monitored (Stonecipher, 2012).

2. Analyze the level of student engagement with an observed procedure for student self-monitoring and self-reporting of performance on classroom assignments.

For students who cognitively intervene on their own behavioral and classroom assessments (CBI) the level of engagement by the student is critical for the success of the intervention. Therefore, the student actively compares their performance against a standard set forth by the teacher with the objective of reaching a level of performance consummate to a present criterion. The student self-evaluates their performance and is taught how to reinforce positive behaviors that foster skills necessary to reach the preferred performance on classroom assignments. Self-management is the key acronym as the student plays a major role in their own monitoring and self-reporting to improve classroom performance based upon their cognitive dissonance of what has worked and what has not for them (Stonecipher, 2012).

3. Assess the effectiveness of the observed ...

Solution Summary

This solution provides information on the Cognitive Behavior Intervention technique that enables teachers to observe and assess the effectiveness of self-monitoring and self-reporting.

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