Dana R. Reinecke, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Long Island University Post
Self-management is an effective, well-researched set of strategies for increasing, decreasing, and maintaining one’s own behavior. Self-management strategies have been shown to be effective in supporting students with disabilities, with the ultimate outcome of greater independence. Self-prompting, an important step in self-management, has become even easier to learn and implement with currently-available technology. This paper discusses the benefits of self-prompting and how technology may be used to teach and improve self-prompting repertoires, and offers several suggestions for applications to facilitate self-prompting.
To Read or Download this Article - Click Here (login required)
To Download the Entire WINTER 2019 Issue of JAASEP - Click Here (login required)
AASEP MEMBERS LOGIN to Access live links to all available JAASEP issues.
If you are a member of AASEP, please login to freely access this and all archived issues of JAASEP
If you are NOT A MEMBER of AASEP or NASET you may purchase this article for $4.95 (use the Buy Now button below):
OR - Buy the entire issue of JAASEP WINTER 2019 for $19.95 by using the Buy Now button below:
OR - Join AASEP Today and receive access to this and all past issues of JAASEP -