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Designing self-management programs to increase appropriate social and academic work skills. Presented by Anne W. Todd March 2004 [email protected] Self-Management. Critical skills for succeeding in school & work environments Social Skills Communication Skills Literacy Skills

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Designing self-management programs to increase appropriate social and academic work skills

Presented by Anne W. Todd

March 2004

[email protected]


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Self-Management social and academic work skills

  • Critical skills for succeeding in school & work environments

    • Social Skills

    • Communication Skills

    • Literacy Skills

    • Organizational Skills

    • Job Specific Skills


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Self-Management Defined social and academic work skills (3 criteria)

1. Two behaviors

  • self-management behavior

  • target behavior

    2. Both behaviors are performed by the same person

    3. Self-management behavior changes the target behavior


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Function-based self-management social and academic work skills

  • Design support based on functional behavior assessment information

    • Specifically, teach self-management skills and routines

    • Define, teach, provide feedback by acknowledging/ correcting, monitoring, using the skill, use the data to redefine and recycle the process

  • Make data-based decisions

    • Start with the questions: what do you want to know?

      • Is there progress?

      • Does program need to be revised?

      • Who needs to know?

      • When will we re-group?

    • Create data collection forms for efficiency in recording and summarizing


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Why self-management skills social and academic work skillsare "pivotal"

  • Self-management is the foundation of prosocial behavior

  • Our society is incapable of maintaining positive behavior via external reinforcers alone

  • Self-management skills facilitate generalization

  • Self-management skills facilitate development of new, prosocial skills


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When to use self-management procedures social and academic work skills

  • to increase motivation

  • to increase predictability and consistency

  • to facilitate memory or exaggerate relevant cues (sequences)

  • to decrease physiological arousal

  • to decrease dependence on staff/family (increase independence)

  • to improve generalization and maintenance


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Self-management Strategies social and academic work skills

  • self-monitoring

  • self-delivered instructions & self-talk

  • self-relaxation routines

  • self manipulations of preceding events

  • self-delivered rewards

  • (self-delivered corrections)


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Signaling the use of self-management strategies social and academic work skills

  • Signals for self-management are critical

    • Use natural signals as much as possible

    • Infuse ‘temporary’ signals if the natural signal isn’t often enough

      • Whatever you add, be prepared to fade out as the student succeeds

      • Auditory vs. visual

    • Tallies, checks, pluses, rating scales


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Recording self-management behavior social and academic work skills

  • What is the purpose of recording?

    • To self-monitor

      • Instructional prompts

      • Visual monitoring of progress

      • To increase predictability and accountability

    • To determine if behavior is more socially acceptable?

    • To determine if work work/routine is completed?

    • To determine if work is accurate?

  • Be creative & efficient

    • Make is simple, doable, easy to use

    • Use the data

  • Examples


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Sunday social and academic work skills

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decide on topic

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start outline

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finish outline

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write introduction

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day off!

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write Paragraph 1

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writeparagraph 2

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write paragraph 3

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write

conclusion

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edit first draft

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complete first draft

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references

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finish references

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day off!

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edit final copy

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make cover page

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Turn in

5th grade research project calendar


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1 social and academic work skillsst

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Me

T agree?

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T agree?

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T agree?

Had materials

Kept my cool

Total +’s

I am a self-manager


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+ social and academic work skills

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Tuesday social and academic work skills

Jan. 23, 2001

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music

Science

PE


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Meet Felix social and academic work skills

A snapshot:

7th grader

Traumatic brain injury

(hit by car in 2nd grade)

Lives with parents & siblings

Articulate, reads at 2-3 grade level

Loves video games & soccer

Aggressive toward property & others

when frustrated


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Felix social and academic work skills

Wait for attention

Delayed attention

New curr.

Indep work time

No attention

Physically difficult tasks

Intellectually difficult tasks

Whining, grabbing arm, interrupting, hand in face

Teacher attention

Raise hand

Ask for help


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Instruction for Felix social and academic work skillsto learn self-management routine

  • Nine 25 minute instructional session

  • Teach to have materials

  • Teach to keep cool

  • Teach to self-monitor for both skills

  • Teach routine to self-monitor & check for accuracy & go to next period

  • Teach to ‘take time’ routine


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Self-management Card social and academic work skills

1. Every period with 4 pluses= 1 raffle ticket

2. Every day with 24 pluses = soda


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Felix’s progress for 81 school days social and academic work skills

  • Had materials for classes 78 of 81 school days or 96% of time

  • Kept cool 75% of days (61 days of 81 total)

    • Only 2 of 81 days had difficulty for 3 or more of 6 periods

    • 14 days, only one tough period of the 6

  • Accuracy of self-assessment was 100% for 91% of the 81 days

    • Accuracy of self-assessment never fell below 80%

    • The last 46 days of data collection, accuracy of self-assessment was 100% consistently!


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Meet Kyle social and academic work skills

A snapshot:

4th grader at the time

Has diagnosed learning disabilities

Gets extra support in reading & math

In regular classroom 90% of time

Loves to draw & is good at it

Taunts and teases peers


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Kyle social and academic work skills

Do work & get along

Teacher praise

Distracts peers, doesn’t pay attention, incomplete work, plays with materials

Group activities & indep. work

Lack of attn at home

Peer and teacher attention

Self-manage: on-task, task completion,

Keep hands, feet & objects to self


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Instruction for Kyle social and academic work skillsto learn self-management routine

  • Three 15 minute instructional sessions to master use of self-management system

    • Signal for self-monitoring was the word ‘check’ heard through a tape recorder

      • 3,4 and 5 minute intervals

    • Discrimination for on-task and not on-task

    • Practice recording during simulations


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Kyle % of time on task social and academic work skills

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1/14 2/3 2/11 2/14 2/19 2/25 2/27 3/6 3/13 3/18 4/2 4/8 4/17 4/24 4/30 5/20

10 Minute Class Session Probes


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Work Completion for Kyle social and academic work skills

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Cumulative work completion

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Meet Hannah social and academic work skills

A snapshot:

4th grader

Has Down’s Syndrome

Enjoys music, especially the Backstreet Boys

Loves to hang out with peers

Disruptive in class

Inappropriate on the play ground


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Instruction for Hannah social and academic work skills

  • Thirteen 30 minute instructional sessions to master use of self-management system

    • instruction to use tape recorder

    • signal for self-monitoring when the word ‘check’ heard through a tape recorder

      • 3,4 and 5 minute intervals

      • 7, 8, 9 minute intervals

    • Instruction for on-task and not on-task discrimination

    • Instruction for zero and plus discrimination

    • Instruction to raise hand when seeing the hand cue

    • Instruction & practice recording during simulations


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Self-management Behaviors social and academic work skills

  • Preparing for class & work

    • Time management

      • Define and teach the routines!

        • arrive on time

        • with necessary materials

        • complete tasks in timely manner

    • Appearance & attitude

      • enter in a pleasant manner, be respectful

      • be prepared to work

      • ask for help when needed


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Self-management Behaviors social and academic work skills

  • Participating in class & work

    • follow rules and guidelines

    • stay on-task/ time management

    • do work as assigned

    • ask for help when needed, in an endearing way

    • be respectful and cooperative


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Self-management Behaviors social and academic work skills

  • Wrapping up and leaving class & work

    • be respectful and cooperative

      • organize/ clean up materials and workspace

      • take necessary materials/ homework

    • Time management

      • wrap up work station & tasks on time

      • leave on time


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References for social and academic work skillsFelix, Kyle, and Hannah Studies

  • Brooks, A., Todd, A. W., Tofflemoyer, S., & Horner, R. H. (2003). Use of a Functional Assessment and a Self-Management System to Increase Academic Engagement and Work Completion.Journal of Positive Behavioral Interventions, Vol 5. (3). pp. 144-152. Pro-Ed.

  • Todd, A.W., Horner, R. H., & Sugai, G. (1999). Effects of Self-monitoring and Self-recruited Praise on Problem Behavior, Academic Engagement and Work Completion in a Typical Classroom. Journal of Positive Behavioral Interventions, 1(2), 66-76. Pro-Ed.

  • Todd, A., Horner, R., Vanater, S., & Schneider, C. (1997). Working Together to Make Change: An Example of Positive Behavioral Support for a Student with Traumatic Brain Injury.Education and Treatment of Children. Vol 20 (4), 425-440. Pressley Ridge Schools.


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